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posted October 10th, 2019 by E4H

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects...Jason

"My inspiration is the understanding, that we as a team can positively affect the experience of a patient in a healthcare facility through design." Jason Lee, LEED AP, BD+C, LSSGB, is a Partner in the NYC office. 1. Where did you grow up? Paterson, NJ 2. How did you get into design? A lo[...]

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E4Hcares

posted September 27th, 2019 by E4H

Mid Coast Hospital Receives Teddy Bears

The E4H Portland office donated 40 teddy bears to Mid Coast Hospital, Brunswick, ME. The hospital gives out a new stuffed animal to every child who comes to the hospital for a procedure. This simple act of kindness helps to ease the tension and child’s fears when visiting the hospital.[...]

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posted September 26th, 2019 by E4H

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects...Nan

"There is a trend afoot for hospitals to achieve Net Zero – this new frontier is very exciting to me as hospitals are the largest drawers of energy per building type." Nan Schramm, LEED GA, EDAC, Fitwel Amb., is a Senior Associate and leads the interior design team in the Washington DC office. [...]

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posted August 29th, 2019 by E4H

10 Qs: Getting to Know the People Behind the Projects...Jeff

"The more detailed we can be in our endeavors the better the outcome for ourselves, our clients, and our company." Jeff Sudman, AIA, ACHA, NCARB, is a Senior Associate based in Dallas and currently manages the HSS projects. 1. Where did you grow up? Fort Calhoun,  NE 2. How did you get i[...]

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posted August 16th, 2019 by E4H

E4H Summer Internship by Mason Camp

While taking part in a healthcare design studio at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), I discovered my interest in healthcare architecture. As an architecture graduate student at UTA, we are required to complete an internship at an architecture firm before graduation. I was very eager to wor[...]

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