Greg Smith, Direct of Facilities for King County Libary Systems, explains how were they able to shift their building maintenance from reactive to proactive, and streamline their controls into a single system to manage each buildings’ unique needs.
Within the critical world of health care, what happens when the patient is the hospital building? How do Healthcare Facility Directors & Construction Managers make needed changes to their aging buildings, while ensuring no downtime or loss of comfort to their patients?
MacDonald-Miller’s Chief Information Officer, Bradd Busick, explains how this new technology will be integrated into services.
The Polyclinic Northgate wanted to do something that had never been done before -- create a medical clinic that could be rearranged in a weekend, located in virtually any building, and most importantly, a place that would not cost a lot to change in the future.
Reagan Perry, Executive VP of Construction Sales, gives insight into MacMiller’s role in one the biggest projects the city has ever seen--the 8th & Howell Hotel.
The Seattle Aquarium is partnering with MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions to revamp their facility and transform the way they operate, as their first step towards reducing their carbon footprint, cutting costs on utility bills, and contributing to a better environment for the Pacific Northwest. We talked with Ryan Dean, Director of Finance at the Aquarium, about the changes taking place.
Microsoft, King County, and MacDonald-Miller are uniting forces for the largest U.S. local government energy smart building program, in which MacDonald-Miller is installing Microsoft software to five King County approved buildings. Perry England, MacDonald-Miller’s Vice President of Building Performance, explains more about the implications.