Matthew Bluette and Tony Cavallaro
Tony Cavallaro, president, and Matthew Bluette, Associate, both of JACAArchitects (www.jacaarchitects.com), one of New England’s premier healthcare-exclusive architectural firms, recently attended the Boston Healthcare Expansion Forum: The Retailization of Innovation and Delivery, held November 1 at the Ritz-Carlton, Boston.
Speakers at the Boston Healthcare Expansion Forum spoke throughout the day on various themes, including the future of medical office buildings and the retailization of healthcare, and included representatives from health care, construction, higher education, architecture, insurance, and pharmaceutical organizations, among others.
“This forum was a great opportunity to hear a multitude of perspectives on issues facing the design and construction of medical office buildings, as well as the impact of retail collaboration within healthcare space as a way to improve accessibility,” said Cavallaro. “We are always seeking out better ways of approaching projects, and new considerations and innovations within healthcare design, and are excited to bring what we’ve learned to our clients.”
About JACA Architects
JACA Architects is a 24-employee healthcare architectural firm founded in 1991 by Anthony Cavallaro, AIA, who serves as the company’s president and Chief Executive Officer. JACA focuses its practice exclusively in the field of healthcare and medical design. JACA’s design work can be seen in many healthcare facilities throughout the region. A partial list of clients includes Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Lahey Health, Southcoast Health, and Cape Cod Healthcare. The firm’s design expertise includes operating rooms, clinics, hospitals, physicians’ offices, and all aspects of healthcare design. JACA maintains offices at 9 Billings Road, North Quincy, MA. For additional information on the firm, please visit www.jacaarchitects.com or call (617) 769-6300.