Published in Dezeen: "This is not a hospital" says architect behind McCormick conversion

April 28, 2020 Douglas King

Our Doug King tells Dezeen about the unprecedented 3,000 beds created at the McCormick Convention Center in just 25 days

 

Convention centres that have been rapidly turned into facilities for coronavirus patients should not be called hospitals, says Doug King, the healthcare principal of Stantec, which has overseen the transformation of Chicago's McCormick Place.

Read full article in Dezeen.

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Douglas King

Doug King is a leader in Stantec’s health practice with extensive experience in healthcare design for institutions covering a broad range of delivery including Northwestern Medicine—a top five academic medical center and the Veteran’s Administration.

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