Culture

In the fast-paced world of healthcare construction, a contractor’s role is constantly evolving. From building partner to collaborator to innovator, healthcare contractors wear a variety of hats—especially when the project pushes the envelope. This is the case for LF Driscoll and the strategic role the company plays in supporting expansion projects for the University of Pennsylvania Health System’s West Philadelphia campus.

Digital Classics

In the fast-paced world of healthcare construction, a contractor’s role is constantly evolving. From building partner to collaborator to innovator, healthcare contractors wear a variety of hats—especially when the project pushes the envelope. This is the case for LF Driscoll and the strategic role the company plays in supporting expansion projects for the University of Pennsylvania Health System’s West Philadelphia campus.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming every industry and will stretch across all aspects of human life. Data centers are no exception. As AI applications continue to rapidly evolve, data centers need to adapt and evolve their design, specifically their electrical and mechanical infrastructure to accommodate these demanding workloads. There are key considerations for building future-proof data centers as AI continues to develop, such as these.