RTA Attends Annual Craig Hospital PUSH Gala
We had a great evening at Craig Hospital’s annual PUSH fundraiser gala! This year’s event raised more than $2 million for Craig Hospital’s programs, spinal cord and brain injury research, and the Patient Assistance Fund which provides equipment and emergency assistance to patients in need.
Trends in action: Craig Hospital nears completion
After 51 months and 22 phases, Craig Hospital is nearly complete! To read more about the $90 million dollar expansion and RTA's engagement in it, click here.
New patient rooms at Craig Hospital increase privacy, convenience
Read Craig Hospital's blog entry about the new patient room designed to increase privacy and convenience.
ENR Mountain States touts planning and teamwork
ENR Mountain States touts planning and teamwork on the first phase of world-renowned Craig Hospital's $90 million expansion for Craig Hospital, a world-renowned, top 10 spinal cord and traumatic brain injury hospital.
See feature article from the September 26, 2013 issue of ENR Mountain States.
RTA’s Craig Hospital project team members met the Pikes Peak Challenge
RTA’s Craig Hospital project team members Jon Bock, Megan Norris, and principal Stuart Coppedge, AIA, met the “Pikes Peak Challenge” in support of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado. As tough as the 13 mile, 8,000 vertical foot trek up Pikes Peak is, it pales in comparison to the challenges faced by brain injury survivors every day. Jon, Megan, and Stuart felt privileged to enjoy a beautiful day on “America’s Mountain” earlier this month while helping raise funds for the Alliance and the survivors, families, and professionals it supports.
Craig Hospital Selects RTA for Expansion and Renovation
Englewood’s Craig Hospital, ranked as a Top Ten Rehabilitation Hospital for 22 consecutive years by US News and World Report, chose RTA, in association with SmithGroupJJR, from a select list of top healthcare architects to design Craig’s expansion and renovation. Craig is “exclusively dedicated to specialty rehabilitation and research for patients with spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury and has treated more than 27,000 patients since 1956 … more spinal cord injury patients than any other single facility in the United States”. The Hammes Company is serving as owner’s rep. Project planning has begun, with design anticipated to be complete in late 2012.