Devenney Group featured in Architectural Design Showcase
Tatum's Treehouse at Banner Health Cardon Children's Medical Center featured in Advisory Board's Architectural Design Showcase 2017. Tatum's Treehouse is a pro bono project that Devenney Group completed at Banner Health Cardon Children's Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona. Its namesake, an eight-year old cancer survivor, wanted to provide a fun, encouraging place for kids to help make their recovery time pass by more quickly. Follow the link below to view this project and others.
Built Environment Improvement Program with Dignity Health
Our design solutions compliment and support the positive experience of patients, families, staff, physicians, and volunteers by proving a clean, welcoming, and safe environment empowers people while inspiring the healing process.
With the Built Environment and facility teamwork, amazing results can be achieved. Hear more about the impact we are making in the video link below.
Devenney Group & Dignity Health speak on Brand Identity
Dudley Campbell of Devenney Group and Dan Mazany of Corporate Real Estate for Dignity Health discuss Dignity Health’s teaming with Devenney Group Architects and the branding process as it relates to the Built Environment. Their Session is entitled: Defining Culture & Enhancing Brand Identity to Develop Patient Loyalty and will be held on Monday 9/19/2016 at 2:00 PM at the HealthCare Facilities Symposium and Expo, Orlando, FL.
Devenney Group's Eric Ubersax speaks at LCI Congress
Eric Ubersax of Devenney Group and Dave Hagan of Boldt will be presenting at the 18th Annual LCI Congress in Chicago on Oct. 5th. They will be discussing the methodologies for creating a common definition of project value including perspectives from the multiple healthcare owners, designers and builders. For more information on LCI and this discussion follow the link below. Registration will be opening soon.
Dignity Health St John's Pleasant Valley "Leave Your Mark"
Dignity Health's St John's Pleasant Valley Hospital will be hosting a "leave your mark" Ceremony on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 from 3 – 5 p.m. The staff and community are invited to sign the final beam being used for the construction of the new facility. For more information follow the link below, and congratulations to St. John's and the community of Camarillo!
Dignity St. John's Under Construction
Devenney Group Architects is excited to announce that our St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital project (a Dignity Health member) in Camarillo, California is under construction!
The new addition will not only add additional services, but also relocate the functions of the facility which are currently housed in the spaces scheduled to be decommissioned. The new 3-story addition will redefine the main public entrance to the facility while respecting the existing design and patient flows. The first floor of the addition will primarily consist of a new main lobby, gift shop, dietary services (servery, dining room and kitchen), (3) operating rooms, (1) cath lab, a 12 bed PACU unit, central sterile and ancillary support spaces. It will also include the renovation of a currently vacant space in the existing hospital for a new pharmacy. The second and third floor each having (25) med/surg beds (and support spaces).
St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital is a design/build delivery with our team partner Kitchell Contractors.
Devenney Group Selected for Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center
Devenney Group Architects has been selected to lead the design of a new patient bed tower and extensive remodel of the existing emergency department at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas. The HCA owned facility currently operates the largest and most clinically advanced emergency department in the State of Nevada. The new project will significantly increase capacity for improved patient satisfaction, create efficient caregiver flow, and strategically position the facility for additional growth in years to come.
Devenney Group hosts Health Design Insights March 16, 2016
Devenney Group will be hosting Health Design Insights at our corporate office in Phoenix on March 16, 2016.
Devenney Group's Carol Lynn and Scott Rasmussen will be discussing the conversion of a four-story office building into a 102-bed acute inpatient behavioral health hospital. Attendees will hear the design and construction challenges, including unique design challenges for behavioral health, fireproofing, and modifying the existing exterior glazing system to ensure a safe environment. The presentation will conclude with results of the six-month post occupancy evaluation.
For more information on the event or if you are interested in attending please register at the link below.
The Phoenix Bluebeam User Group is holding a Bluebeam Revu 2016 launch this Wednesday, March 2, in Tempe. This free event highlights the launch of Bluebeam Revu 2016 which went live in February. Bluebeam is holding this event in only 5 locations across the country and Phoenix is one of them!
Devenney Group Architects is pleased to participate in the event as Dean Henry, Job Captain, will demonstrate how Devenney Group Architects utilizes Bluebeam to promote alignment across project team members in complex Healthcare design projects.
Join the members of the Phoenix Bluebeam Users Group (BUG) and Bluebeam Software for this exciting AEC industry event.
March 2, 2016
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
College Avenue Commons
660 S. College Ave.
Tempe, Arizona, 85281
Devenney Group presenting Canada's first Lean Hospital
Devenney Group's Andrew Flanigan will be one of three speakers discussing Transforming Healthcare Design, Planning, and Delivery thru the application of Lean Methods: The Planning, Design, and Construction of Canada's first Lean Hospital, at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium Expo. The three speakers represent a lean consultant, healthcare project architect, and a healthcare system project manager who are jointly working on a Canadian Greenfield hospital using an integrated project delivery format and a lean approach. Lean principles will be reviewed, citing examples of their deployment in both the pre-construction design team sessions and with the multidisciplinary clinical team striving to implement lean processes in their new hospital as it becomes operational.