Happy Day-After-Thursday Everyone! It's Facility Friday! Our large expanse of glass throughout the building is being featured today because it allows tons of natural light that is both therapeutic and energy saving.
The new addition (shown in the foreground) features large windows that flood the medical infusion area with natural light and views to the landscaping and the distant front range of the Rocky Mountains.
View of the dining area. This space is adjacent to the main entrance, main visitor elevators, emergency waiting, and gift shop. Glass walls with etched designs provide a physical separation from the corridor but allow for an open feel to the space while allowing exterior lighting to flow into the interior. Photo: Terry Wier Photography
Building technologies continue to evolve, and energy efficiency advancements continue to be front and center. Today, there is no reason your new construction shouldn't meet continuous insulation requirements.
Each seating area throughout the facility features a different enlarged photo that depicts Glasgow community landmarks, events, and people. These photos serve as a wayfinding tool to help guests identify and navigate to various areas. Photo: Linda Doane Photography.
A automated underground parking system keeps motorists waiting fewer than two minutes for their cars. That short time is spent in a finished waiting area in a color and material palette consistent with the rest of the interior.