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GIVING BACK: Life-Changing Surgery for Kids with Cerebral Palsy

Ella is 4 years old and loves swimming and gymnastics. Alex is 6 and competes in karate. Sophie is 7 and takes ballet and makes her own YouTube videos. While each of these kids has his or her own unique personality, charms and hobbies, they do have one thing in common: they all have cerebral palsy. To help treat their condition, each of them has also undergone a life-changing surgery called “selective dorsal rhizotomy,” or SDR.   “We did a lot of research into what our options were for Ella,” says Simon,...

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LF DRISCOLL Healthcare Center of Excellence

Over 80% of the workforce at LF Driscoll has experience building healthcare facilities. And that expertise is in high demand-not only by their clients. Within the Structure Tone organization, LFD's healthcare experts were increasingly being asked to share their knowhow with other markets and areas of the country.   That’s when the lightbulb went on. “We wanted to do more to share what we’ve learned in our decades of healthcare experience,” says Bob Miller, LF Driscoll Healthcare executive vice president. “We already host our own in-house 30-hour OSHA training so we thought,...

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MOVING MEDICINE Forward

Reading Health System's main hospital campus is in the heart of the city, an urban hub of nearly 88,000 people and the county seat for more rural surrounding towns and villages of Berks County. The largest of its kind in Pennsylvania, the hospital's expansive green roof provides healing space for patients and reduces stormwater runoff.  As the city’s population has grown—and made Reading Hospital the busiest emergency department and trauma center in the state—Reading Health understood their facilities would need to keep pace. So in 2003, they launched a plan to develop...

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Bigger and Better for Shire

Since its founding in 1986, biotechnology firm Shire has grown to become a global leader in treatments for rare diseases. Now at almost 24,000 employees, this kind of growth inevitably brings changes in real estate needs. Such was the story for the company’s suburban Philadelphia corporate services hub, where a recent acquisition meant it was time for a larger space. Shire's new PA office brings corporate service employees together in one location. As Shire’s current lease was set to expire, the timing was right not only to expand but also to upgrade...

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