“South of Boston” is a weekly show that focuses on business matters as they relate to the geographic region south of Boston. The show is aired Sunday mornings to an audience that reaches from southern Maine to Portsmouth, RI. Charlie Gilmore of Plymouth is the host.
Cavallaro, a resident of Hanover, MA and founder of the architectural firm, shared some of the challenges of healthcare design. During the interview, Cavallaro mentioned that the firm has recently added its first international client and will designing the International Knee & Joint Centre in Abu Dhabi. He also discussed the trends in architectural design for the healthcare industry.
“It was a great opportunity to be a guest on WPLM and talk to the audience about healthcare design,” said Cavallaro. He added, “Medical design is constantly changing, and as the healthcare industry continues to evolve, it’s good to have the chance to share this information.”
About JACA Architects
JACA Architects is a 25-employee healthcare architectural firm founded in 1991 by Anthony Cavallaro, AIA, serving as the company’s president. JACA specializes in the healthcare/medical design field. JACA was one of the first firms in the area to incorporate the use of Revit as part of its Building Information Modeling (BIM) toolkit. BIM is a model-based technology linked to a database of project information. The quality of documentation provided by the latest technologies is parametrically coordinated and can be extracted for specifications, fabrication, project scheduling, facilities management, energy analysis, engineering and construction, LEED, and more.
With a current JACA client portfolio that includes BIDMC, Lahey Health, and South Coast Hospital, JACA is a steadfast source for medical design and consultation services, positioning the firm uniquely in the marketplace. Offices are located at 9 Billings Road, North Quincy, MA. Please visit www.jacaarchitects.com and call, (617) 769-6300 for further information and see how JACA Architects can provide its services for your needs.