In establishing its new Northeast headquarters, GE Healthcare Life Sciences had a clearly defined goal in mind: Consolidate operations, and, in the process, create better efficiencies and a strong collaborative culture.
Technology advancements and healthcare reform are disrupting the traditional methods of delivering, improving, and paying for medical services. These changes deeply inform the architecture of hospitals, clinics, and Life Science research facilities. Because of their experience and current immersion in the field, SMMA’s sector experts integrate the evolving state of Life Science disciplines into our work.
SMMA's architects, engineers, and planners apply their knowledge to turn today’s life science challenges into opportunities. This begins with a solid understanding of the subject matter, research, best practices, trends, and technology. The depth of our experience and the integration of design disciplines means that there is no learning curve when taking on complex projects and mitigating risk for our clients.
Our Life Science portfolio ranges from research hubs and academic medical centers to health science R&D campuses, laboratories, and pharmaceutical manufacturing spaces. For each, we balance functionality and aesthetic goals to design facilities that nurture both the human body and its resilient spirit.