Kristie Tiller Shares Infrastructure Shifts in Hospitals and Healthcare Buildings (Source: Consulting-Specifying Engineer)
By Consulting-Specifying Engineer Staff
Kristie Tiller, PE, LEED AP, Associate and Team Leader for LAN’s Facilities group is featured this month in Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine. Tiller takes part in the publication’s Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Engineering (MEP) Roundtable. In her remarks, Tiller explains the infrastructure changes taking place in hospitals and healthcare buildings.
In the first two installments, Tiller highlights the healthcare design shifts as result of evolving codes and standards in the wake of COVID-19.
In the last two installments, she shares how medical facilities are meeting the needs for resiliency and energy efficiency.
Click the links below to read more on Tiller’s industry insights on health care considerations:
- Health care building design model shifts
- Codes, standards cause health care building design model to shift
- Health care building design model shifts how HVAC is handled
- Health care building electrical, lighting design model shifts