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    Element 8 design Element 8 design Presentation Transcript

    • At Element 8 Design we believe that design is more than aesthetic execution. The design of space directly impacts health & well-being, productivity, and the bottom line. Everyone thrives in their own element. Programming BOMA area calculations Space Planning & Schematics Master Planning Design Development Signage & Wayfinding Surface Material Specification Lighting Construction documentation Furniture Contract Administration Great design is essential
    • GUIDING PRINCIPLES Sustainability Element 8 Design is committed to our clients and the communities they serve by designing responsibly. With a LEED accredited professional on staff, we are prepared to aid our client's decisions by identifying the most sustainably viable and appropriate options for surface materials, lighting, furniture, energy efficiency, indoor air quality and more. Evidence-Based Design Credible, peer-reviewed research informs our design decisions. This ensures solutions that promote quality, safety, productivity, health, accessibility, and an enhanced bottom line. The designers at Element 8 Design work hard to stay informed of current research and implement findings to create highly functional spaces. Collaboration Successful realization of any built vision relies on effective interdisciplinary collaboration. The board of trustees, patients, vendors, caregivers, family members, community partners & organizations, donors, and designers are a few of the key stakeholders that form the backbone of many healthcare building projects. Flexibility The rapid cycle of medical and technological innovation has long dictated the need for flexible spaces. Master planning, loose-fit design, and attention to adaptable and convertible environments allows for long-term occupation of spaces able to dynamically accommodate functional and adjustable use.
    • Efficiency Understanding work and patient flow is key to designing efficient healthcare environments and patient-centered care. We strive to understand the processes that dictate movement so that we can plan for effective wayfinding, durable surface materials, and unobtrusive furniture, both free-standing and architecturally integrated. We aim to provide space that optimizes the entire system of care. Wellness Our goal at Element 8 design is to create environments that aid in the healing process and promote wellness for all users. We understand the calming effects of the natural environment, are proficient in our understanding of color theory & implementation and carefully choose materials that will not hinder indoor air quality. Safety & Accessibility Patient and staff safety initiatives are an important part of the design process. As many organizations move toward decreased staff & patient injuries and minimizing nosocomial infections, we are prepared to offer solutions in the built environment that support these goals. As part of the safety culture, the implementation of universal design, in conjunction with ADA guidelines, ensures user-friendly environments that minimize risk to staff members, caregivers, visitors, and patients.
    • Natalie Hutley, IIDA. principal Natalie's 22 years of experience working in design firms and corporate facilities brings a creative, yet practical approach to her design solutions. As principal of Element 8 Design, she enriches each project with her wealth of knowledge and attention to detail. Ann Arrigo, IIDA, LEED AP id+c. 6251 SW Canyon Court senior designer Suite 100 Ann's BA in research psychology and experience in social work, paired with her BFA in interior design Portland, OR 97221 nurture her understanding of the importance of designing healthy, productive environments. Evidence- 503.962.9337 tel based design fuels her creativity while she strives to 503.2235.5574 fax create optimal spaces for end-users. HISTORY In June of 2009, with 22 years of commercial design experience, Natalie Hutley founded Element 8 Design. The firm is guided by the belief that design is a collaborative process that expresses not only the client's values but also a comfortable setting for end-users. Design solutions are carefully calculated with attention paid to detail, innovation, ease of maintenance and an overall awareness of the need for future flexibility. Natalie's design team has an established reputation for fluid communication, flexibility, and reliability.
    • PROJECTS CLINICAL SPACE HOSPITALS Allergy Associates - 7th & Glisan, Vancouver Clinic Adventist Medical Center Mt. Hood, & NW Portland Vancouver Eye Associates Good Shepherd Health Systems Anesthethiologists Associated Inc. Vancouver Neurosurgeons Holy Rosary Medical Center Bend Memorial Clinic Vancouver Orthopedic Group Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center Center for Medical Imaging Walla Walla General Hospital Kaiser Interstate Medical Center Columbia Women’s Clinic Walla Walla School of Nursing California First Hospital Gamma Knife Center of Oregon West Hills Gastroenterology PeaceHealth-Bellingham Kaiser Radiation Therapy Women’s Clinic of Vancouver Providence Medford Medical Center Kaiser Regional Lab Women’s Healthcare Associates Providence Portland Medical Center Kaiser Salem Neighborhood Providence Seaside Medical Center Office Building Providence Milwaukie Chapel Kaiser Sunnyside-Dr. Lounge MEDICAL & PROFESSIONAL Rogue Valley Medical Center Kaiser Vancouver OFFICE BUILDINGS Santiam Memorial Hospital Mt. Hood Radiation Oncology Clinic Good Shepherd Health Systems- Southwest Washington Medical Center NW Renal Care Medical Office Building St. John Medical Center Orthopedic & Fracture Clinic Legacy Professional Office Building Providence Newberg Medical Center Pacific Oncology PeaceHealth-Lakefront MOB & Administrative Offices Portland Clinic - Downtown & South Providence Milwaukie–Cafeteria TENANT IMPROVEMENT Portland Dermatology Clinic Providence Milwaukie-MOB Arbor Homes Providence - Child & Adolescent Providence St. Vincent Medical Center- Harrison Square Mental Health Medical Office Bldg V Liberty Northwest Providence Orthopedic and Valley Medical Office Building Parkside Center Fracture Rehabilitation Clinic Sage Software Southwest Washington Cardiology EXTENDED CARE FACILITIES Western States Chiropractic College St. Joseph Professional Medical Encore Senior Living Office Building Mt. St. Joseph Eldercare Facility Sylvan Medical Center Providence Child Center The Women’s Center
    • Center for Medical Imaging Aloha, OR
    • Kaiser Radiation Therapy Portland, OR
    • Kaiser Salem Neighborhood Office Building Salem, OR
    • Pacific Oncology Beaverton, OR
    • Providence Portland Chapel Beaverton, OR
    • Gerry Frank Center for Children's Care Providence St. Vincent Hospital: Portland, OR
    • Providence Milwaukie Emergency Department Milwaukie, OR
    • Providence Milwaukie Donor Wall Milwaukie, OR
    • Rogue Valley Medical Center Medford, OR
    • Providence Medical Group Orenco Station: Hillsboro, OR
    • Arbor Custom Homes Portland, OR
    • HMH Harrison Square: Portland, OR
    • Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Campus Dr's Lounge: Clackamas, OR
    • REFERENCES Santiam Memorial Hospital Contact Maggie Hudson (503-505-9454) Location Stayton, OR Scope Master planning, finish selection & specification, construction documentation, specification & coordination of furniture, contract administration for interiors items Kaiser Permanente Contact Matt Justiniano (503-813-4122) Location Portland, OR Scope Within parameters of national facilities standards: master planning, finish selection & specification, construction documentation, specification & coordination of furniture, contract administration for interiors items Walla Walla General Hospital Contact Monty Knittel (509-525-0480) Location Walla Walla, WA Scope Master planning, finish selection & specification, construction documentation, specification & coordination of furniture, contract administration for interiors items Center for Medical Imaging Contact Dr. Greg Beagle (503-216-8400) Location Aloha, OR Scope Finish selection & specification, construction documentation, specification & coordination of furniture, contract administration for interiors items