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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Wellness Centers and Baby Boomer Women Ghada Mohamad, M.Arch Oct 01, 2009
When Performance Informs Design Sandy Stannard (California Polytechnic State University) Jun 22, 2018
Why Invest in High-Performance Green Buildings? Melissa O’Mara, Shan Bates Jun 30, 2012
Women's and Infants Services: Trends, Planning Guidelines, Case Studies, and Lessons Learned Ed Jackmauh, AIA (Principal, Director of Health Facilities Planning) Dec 01, 1999
Worcester Medical Center: A New Model for Integrated Healthcare Services Scott Hicks Oct 01, 2000
World Green Building Trends 2018 SmartMarket Report Dodge Data & Analytics Nov 13, 2018
You Need to be Adding Private Patient Rooms - Now! Gary L. Vance, AIA, ACHA (Continuum Solutions Consulting) Oct 01, 2002
Zero Net Energy Case Study Buildings - Volume 2 Edward Dean Apr 30, 2016