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Healthcare clients come out on top in US News rankings

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

A number of Shepley Bulfinch’s current and recent healthcare clients came out high in the 2010 rankings in US News & World Report’s annual survey of US hospitals and pediatric hospitals. The survey ranks the top 30 adult and pediatric facilities in each of ten specialty areas.

Those honored in 2010 include Massachusetts General Hospital (a repeat in the survey’s ‘honor roll’); the University of Michigan Hospital and Health Centers; Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center; Lahey Clinic; and Yale-New Haven Hospital. Shepley Bulfinch just completed Smilow Cancer Hospital at ...[more]

Three pediatric healthcare clients named among America’s best

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Three of Shepley Bulfinch’s current pediatric healthcare clients were among those named in US News and World Report’s annual survey of the Best Children’s Hospitals in the US. The survey ranks the top 30 pediatric facilities in each of ten specialty areas.

Children’s Hospital Boston, Children’s Hospital of Michigan, and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, were recognized in a number of categories. Children’s Hospital Boston, a client since 1914, was one of just ten nationwide to be ranked in the top 30 in all ten specialties. Shepley’s new bed tower for Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin opened in March, and construction is scheduled to begin in 2010 on a new physicians’ office building ...[more]

Designing for the developing world

19 November 2015

ABX 2015, Boston, MA

Gerard Georges, Shepley Bulfinch
Michael Kyes, SMMA
Miriam Tuchman, Sustainable Health for Haiti

Genomics projects featured in Lab Design News

Thursday, 15 July 2010

The Genomics Building at the University of California, Riverside, is featured in the July issue of Lab Design News. The facility opened at the start of the 2009-10 academic year.

This high-intensity multidisciplinary facility, which advances the pioneering research of the University’s Institute of Integrative Genome Biology, concentrates on plant, insect, and microbial genomics.

The building serves more than 200 faculty, researchers, and graduate and post-doctoral students with a bioinformatics suite, research labs, and instrumentation facilities including insectaries and growth chambers, supporting the development of new products such as medicinal plants, stress-resistant crops, and ...[more]

Univ of Michigan Cardiovascular Center makes news

Friday, 14 March 2008

The Cardiovascular Center at the University of Michigan is still making news nine months after its June 2007 opening.

The programming and space planning of the 420,000 sf Center, located on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus, is highlighted in “Extreme Makeover” in the March 2008 issue of Health Facilities Management magazine, while its construction and structural engineering at the the subject of a feature piece (“Campus Core”) in the March 2008 issue of Modern Steel Construction.

Shepley Bulfinch designed the project in association with Harley Ellis Devereaux.

Interior design: Partnership and the design process

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Joe Rondinelli IIDAShepley Bulfinch celebrates World Interior Design Week

Although the design process is defined in phases that follow a linear path design itself isn’t. This is especially true in a project’s early stages. Design in its early stages requires exploration and we embrace the collaboration across the disciplines to achieve our design goals.

The art of creative problem solving has always been based around knowledge. It is this creativity born from the interior designers’ knowledge that informed the model of our internal practice of having the interior designer team integrated instead of in a stand-alone ...[more]

Katie Faulkner on Zipcar and Sustainability

Thursday, 16 July 2009


New England Cable News interview with Shepley Bulfinch Principal Katie Faulkner. Katie talks about our sustainable transition to Zipcar.

Impact of Daylight and Windows on ICU Patients and Staff

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Angela Watson, in an article co-authored with Mardelle Shepley, Raymond Gerbi, and Stephen Imgrund, disucusses the research and methodology behind the decision to introduce daylight into the ICUs at Concord Hospital in New Hampshire. The article appears in the April 2009 issue of World Health Design.

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