Long Term Care

All Handheld Showers Require Backflow Protection

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE June 17, 2015
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We do a large amount of design work in the medical sector and are often called upon to do a code analysis on existing facilities that are being renovated. Recently, we were asked by one of our Clients to look at the hand held showers […]

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Construction Costs per Square Foot for Nursing Homes by Region

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE January 29, 2011

We are always studying the costs of various project types that we design so that we can leverage historical construction cost data against future project budgets. This post focuses on a project type we are highly experienced with: Nursing Homes, or also commonly known as Long […]

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EVstudio Designing Long Term Care Facility in Pueblo Colorado as Architect and Engineer

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE April 22, 2010

EVstudio is working with SunBridge Healthcare on the complete renovation of their 47,000 square foot Pueblo Care and Rehabilitation Center in Pueblo, Colorado. Also included in the project is a proposed new 3,000 square foot Occupational Therapy gym addition to the existing building, along with outdoor […]

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