Director of Architecture
Medical Equipment Planning
RLF’s proprietary space and equipment database, utilized by a cross-trained staff, allows us to check both space and equipment requirements from the initial concept through construction documents. Since equipment and technology planning proceeds simultaneously with space programming, a draft equipment budget is developed at the same time.
Campus Master Planning
100+ master plans 10+ Million gsf. Since 1951, we have provided master planning services for healthcare facilities. From medical office buildings to large medical campuses, we can help you create places that perform.
Computational design merges traditional design techniques with advanced computational technologies. Applying computational techniques to our design workflow radically changes how we construct interfaces, services, equipment and buildings. Instead of specifying fixed shapes, designers define the entire process by which an object is created.
RLF’s wise engineering decisions provide value throughout the building life cycle
What makes RLF’s engineering services different? Our engineers take pride in designing mechanical spaces that provide unexpected value for general contractors, facility operators and owners. And because RLF is an integrated design firm, all our disciplines hold shared values and work in a collaborative environment that prioritizes these spaces as essential elements of smart design, not afterthoughts to be inserted into already-designed spaces.
Our in-depth knowledge results in beautiful, tightly coordinated and consistent designs
Why does RLF take pride in the quality of our interior design services? At RLF, interior design goes well beyond selecting finishes. Our interior designers are experts in all aspects of their discipline. With a comprehensive knowledge of codes, they write specifications for signage and furniture as well as for finishes, unlike many interior design groups that subcontract these tasks out. Our interior designers are also healthcare design experts. In addition to a focus on material performance and longevity, they have a keen understanding of the importance of infection control when designing for occupant health, safety and welfare.