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DMR Architects-planned municipal/public safety building planned to open 150 150 DMR Architects

DMR Architects-planned municipal/public safety building planned to open

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Click here to view publication.

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DMR Architects planned healthcare building opens 150 150 DMR Architects

DMR Architects planned healthcare building opens

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Click here to view publication.

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DMR Architects Designs Buildings to Support Hunterdon Healthcare’s Expansion into Additional Counties 150 150 DMR Architects

DMR Architects Designs Buildings to Support Hunterdon Healthcare’s Expansion into Additional Counties

This month, the first of two medical office buildings that DMR Architects planned for Hunterdon Healthcare to support its expansion into Somerset and Warren Counties opened at 1125 Route 22 in Bridgewater. The extensive professional services for the renovation of a former 55,000-square-foot, three-storied, Bank of America building will accommodate for services by Hunterdon Cardiovascular…

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Hunterdon Healthcare’s new offices part of expansion plan 150 150 DMR Architects

Hunterdon Healthcare’s new offices part of expansion plan

Gallery: Open house at Hunterdon Healthcare’s Somerset Medical Office Building (PHOTOS) by Danielle Mueller BRIDGEWATER — An open house was held Thursday at the new Somerset Medical Office Building marking Hunterdon Healthcare’s expansion into Somerset County. Guests toured the new offices, which include the Center of Endocrine Health, Hunterdon Heart and Vascular Center, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Hunterdon Urological…

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Hunterdon Healthcare opens new facility in Bridgewater 150 150 DMR Architects

Hunterdon Healthcare opens new facility in Bridgewater

by Mike Deak Boundaries in medical care drop as hospital landscape continues to evolve in New Jersey. BRIDGEWATER — The days when a hospital held a monopoly on healthcare in an area are over. With more options for healthcare available to consumers, traditional territories for hospitals and their affiliated healthcare systems are breaking down. That’s…

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Construction begins on new High Tech High School campus in Secaucus, N.J. 150 150 DMR Architects

Construction begins on new High Tech High School campus in Secaucus, N.J.

by Mike Kennedy 350,000-square-foot facility will replace campus in North Bergen. High Tech High School’s new campus is scheduled to open in Secaucus, N.J. in 2018. (Hudson County Schools of Technology) Construction has begun in Secaucus, N.J., on a new campus for the Hudson County Schools of Technology’s High Tech High School. The Jersey Journal…

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Health care case study has real estate experts talking at conference 150 150 DMR Architects

Health care case study has real estate experts talking at conference

Ted Zangari, one of the panel’s moderators: “In the final analysis, it all comes down to real estate.” – (AARON HOUSTON) All told, 20 panelists turned out last week for the Rutgers Center for Real Estate’s Future of Healthcare Real Estate Symposium in New Brunswick, from health care executives and consultants to developers and public…

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Architecture firm looking toward health care projects 150 150 DMR Architects

Architecture firm looking toward health care projects

Lloyd Rosenberg, CEO and president, DMR Architects. – (PHOTO BY AARON HOUSTON) by Joshua Burd For DMR Architects, a relationship with Robert Wood Johnson Health System goes back 15 years and spans more than 20 projects—from nursing stations to a nuclear medicine facility. And much of that work came before the sea changes affecting today’s…

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25 Years of Development in North Jersey – DMR Architects celebrates its Silver Anniversary 150 150 DMR Architects

25 Years of Development in North Jersey – DMR Architects celebrates its Silver Anniversary

Meadowlands USA Click here to view publication.

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DMR Architects in China 150 150 DMR Architects

DMR Architects in China

Hasbrouck Heights-based DMR Architects, in association with the Beijing, China-based Long On Group, has been invited by the government of Lishui City, China to participate in a design competition for a 24-acre site that is adjacent to a High-Speed Railway Station. The project will transform the area into a tourism destination that will include hotels,…

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