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Architecture Featured Projects
$86 million tower designed to handle changing population needs SUN CITY WEST, Ariz./LOS ANGELES—April 8, 2009—A new, $86 million patient tower has opened at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center in Sun City West, Ariz., 45 minutes west of Phoenix. Designed by the Los Angeles office of RTKL, the 180,000-square-foot, six-story patient tower positions the […]
MANSFIELD, TEXAS—Nov. 11, 2008—RTKL Associates Inc., a leading international architectural firm, is designing a $34 million expansion of Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, which opened in December 2006 in Mansfield, Texas. As the hospital’s original architect, RTKL will finish out existing shell space with the addition of patient rooms and an expansion of the emergency department. […]
Design of 100-percent digital hospital creates “high-tech,” high-touch” model WEST CHESTER, Ohio/DALLAS—July 7, 2009—Construction is complete on the new 385,000-square-foot West Chester Medical Center in West Chester, Ohio, just 18 miles north of Cincinnati. The $116 million acute care hospital and medical office building complex was designed by the Dallas office of RTKL. Its evidence-based […]
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Last week, the German Fund Union Investment announced plans to buy the RTKL-designed Palladium shopping mall in the Czech Republic. Industry analysts have dubbed it the “deal of the year” in the country’s commercial property market with an offer of over 560 million euros. Palladium joins the list of high-value sales for RTKL-designed retail properties in Europe, […]
I was very excited to ride the Silver Line, DC’s newest metro line on a beautiful day about three months after its opening in July. I hoped to see how this metro line works in connecting people and places in real life. I also wanted to evaluate the accuracy of my GIS model compared to […]