AIA selects seven projects for National Healthcare Design Awards

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The award program showcases the\nbest healthcare building design and healthcare design-oriented research.\nProjects exhibit conceptual strengths that solve aesthetic, civic, urban, and\nsocial concerns as well as the requisite functional and sustainability concerns\nof a hospital.\n"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"\n\n\nRecipients were\nselected in four different categories: "]]],[3,"ul",[[[0,[],0,"\n\nCategory A: Built, Less than $25 million in construction cost\n"]],[[0,[],0,"Category B: Built, More than $25 million in construction cost "]],[[0,[],0,"Category C: Unbuilt, Must be commissioned for compensation by a client with the\nauthority and intention to build (No projects were selected in this category\nthis year)\n"]],[[0,[],0,"Category D: Innovations in Planning and Design Research, Built and\nUnbuilt "]]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"\n\n"],[0,[0,2],2,"Category A"],[0,[],0,"\n"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"\n \n\n"],[0,[3,0],2,"Kaiser\nPermanente, Kraemer Radiation Oncology Center; Anaheim, CA\n"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[3,0],2,"Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design"],[0,[0],1," "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"\n\n\nThe design for this LEED Gold radiation therapy building focuses on providing a\nhighly supportive environment which provides treatment and care of cancer\npatients. 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