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Archive for November, 2013

Press Release

Owensboro Health Regional Hospital: Best Project of 2013

NASHVILLE, TN – November 25, 2013 – Smith Seckman Reid, Inc (SSR), a Nashville based engineering design and facilities consulting firm is excited to announce that Owensboro Health Regional Hospital has been awarded top honors in the Health Care category in ENR Midwest’s Best Projects of 2013 competition. Owensboro Health opened their new replacement facility […]

Industry Article

Back To Life At Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital

Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital is in the business of improving the quality of life for patients with disabilities and their families, through its patient care, teaching, and research programs. For 42 years, the organization, which is part of the not-for-profitPartners HealthCare (Boston), operated a facility on Nashua Street in Boston. But its small double-occupancy rooms, inaccessible bathrooms, and […]

Press Release

Horizontal Program Continues Growth

NASHVILLE, TN – November 12, 2013 – Smith Seckman Reid, Inc (SSR), a Nashville based engineering design and facilities consulting firm has hired Harrison Witt as a GIS Specialist in the firm’s Memphis office. Witt graduated from the University of Memphis, receiving both a Master of Science in Earth Science, and a Bachelor of Arts […]

Press Release

Houston Office Continues to Grow

NASHVILLE, TN – November 12, 2013 – Smith Seckman Reid, Inc (SSR), a Nashville based engineering design and facilities consulting firm, has hired Anita Maddox, and Wilson R. Moreno, and Terry Gatti to work in the firm’s expanding MEPT Program. Gatti joins SSR with over 15 years of experience in the AEC industry, including time […]

News Story

Best Health Care Project: Owensboro Health Regional Hospital

To coordinate the myriad components of Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, a facility with 477 beds, 16 operating room suites and an expanded neonatal intensive-care unit, project team members made extensive use of building information modeling, lean construction principals and integrated project delivery throughout all phases of design and construction. Among other benefits, IPD promoted early […]

Compliance News Volume XIII, Issue V

The Joint Commission (TJC) discussed the use of a sample hazardous material and waste management environment of care (EOC) tracer in its March 2013 issue of EC News. The article provided specific examples for conducting the tracer to explore issues related to orientation and training, physical environment, and quality improvement priority focus areas. EC News […]