Healthcare Global features an op-ed by Associate Director Anthony Treu, leader of SOM's global healthcare practice, which outlines SOM's innovative, community-driven approach to the design of Emory Healthcare Winship at Midtown. The cancer care facility is arranged not around equipment and departments, but into two-story “care communities,” each focused on a specific disease.
Associate Director Anthony Treu has been appointed to the Editorial Advisory Board of Healthcare Design Magazine, the leading publication dedicated to the planning, design, and construction of healthcare environments. Treu will serve on the Board alongside a select group of industry experts.
The Atlanta Business Chronicle highlights the new Winship at Midtown cancer treatment center. The building will bring more than 450,000 square feet of inpatient, outpatient, and research facilities to the existing Emory University Hospital Midtown campus. SOM is serving as architect and structural engineer of the project.
Atlanta Business Chronicle reports the new Winship at Midtown facility for cancer care in Atlanta. SOM is architect and structural engineer of the building, which will bring more than 450,000 square feet of inpatient, outpatient, and research facilities to the Emory University Hospital Midtown campus.
On Tuesday, November 12th, Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University's new Winship at Midtown facility for cancer care—located on the Emory University Hospital Midtown (EUHM) campus in Atlanta, Georgia—broke ground. SOM is providing architectural and structural engineering services for the new facility, which will comprise more than 450,000 square feet of inpatient, outpatient, and research facilities.
Healthcare Design Magazine features a Q&A with Associate Director Anthony Treu. Treu, whose recent work includes the New National Cancer Institute in Egypt and the Almaty International Medical Center in Kazakhstan, discusses his approach to healthcare design, his opinions on industry trends, and other topics.
In September of 2018, SOM Associate Director Anthony Treu joined other industry leaders at the Healthcare Design Forum in Park City, Utah. On November 13th, Treu will lead a panel titled "Discovered in Translation" at the Healthcare Design & Expo Conference in Phoenix, Arizona.
DesignMENA features the New National Cancer Institute (NNCI) in Giza, Egypt. SOM Associate Director Scott Habjan shares insight on the design of the facility, which will establish the NNCI as the largest comprehensive cancer center in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.
DesignMENA reports on the New National Cancer Institute in Egypt, which will be the largest cancer center in the Middle East when it opens in 2019. The article previews the project’s complete case study; the full report will be published in the February issue of Middle East Architect magazine.