TSA Features in Utah Construction and Design Magazine
Utah Construction and Design Magazine’s October issue focuses specifically on the Healthcare arena, which provided us an opportunity to share some of our projects with various organizations here in Utah!
On page 16, Nathan Murray and Rachel McKenzie wrote an article detailing the University of Utah Healthcare Orthopaedic Center of Excellence “Patient Room of the Future”. This has been an incredible partnership yielding an end result radically transforming the way patient care will be experienced and provided at not just the Orthopaedic Center, but other patient facilities as well.
Rachel McKenzie, a Project Manager and Associate, was also listed as one of the 40 and Under professionals to watch (page 58). In an industry brimming with high-quality, bright individuals, we couldn’t be more proud to see one of our own recognized.
Finally, the Jordan Valley Cancer Center’s recent Generative Space Award is shared on page 68. We’ve said it many times, but to play an active role in a project that not only helps the provider organization realize their aspirations and goals but also fundamentally elevates and transforms the patient experience is an honor of the highest sort. This is exactly why we do what we do.
Thanks to Brad Fullmer and the team at Utah Construction and Design Magazine for sharing a little bit of TSA news and creating a high-quality publication month after month!