William A. Moses, Assoc. AIA, Jeffrey Berman Architect, the Eugene Gasana, Jr. Foundation

SPRING 2016

William A. Moses, Assoc. AIA, Jeffrey Berman Architect, the Eugene Gasana, Jr. Foundation and a new Children’s Cancer Center in Rwanda featured in the The Network Journal


Jeffrey Berman is featured panelist for Healthcare Leaders of New York

NOVEMBER 20, 2014

Jeffrey Berman was a featured panelist for HLNY's ”Building the Hospital of Tomorrow:  Rehabilitate, Renovate or Replace” at NY Hospital Queens.

New York Presbyterian Dedicates Facilities Operations Training Room

NOVEMBER 17, 2014

The Bill Krejci Facilities Operations Training Room  provides hands-on training for 300 facilities Operations employees across all campuses.  The project was featured in the NYP publication @NYP.

Interior Design Magazine features Governor’s Cup

OCTOBER 14, 2014

Governor’s Cup participant Jeanne Chiang, Project Designer with Jeffrey Berman Architect, was delighted to find an article on the event featured as the Centerfold of Interior Design Magazine's September issue.


William Moses is a key speaker at NOMA

OCTOBER 8, 2014

William Moses presented The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology and our work on the M2 platform at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center at the NOMA Conference October 1-5.

http://blog.graphisoftus.com/events/bim-infused-healthcare-design-with-archicad-at-noma


Reading Room and Bookshop at the French Embassy

SEPTEMBER 10, 2014

Jeffrey Berman Architect, architect for the renovation of the French Embassy and Cultural Affairs, worked closely with cultural counselor Antonin Baudry and designer Jacques Garcia, on Albertine.
 

 

Patient Comfort Reigns Supreme at The Farber Center

SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
 
According to Dr. Leonard Farber, Executive director of The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology, Jeffrey Berman has created a space that welcomes patients rather than intimidates them.
 
An Environment Designed to Heal

Paterson Art Walk

On June 14th and 15th, the "CATCH. a Body" installation was first presented to the public at the 2014 Paterson Art Walk at the Art Factory (70 Spruce St. Paterson, NJ). My fellow college & the master mind behind the idea & concept William Tate and myself, William Moses, both aspiring architect collaborated for the art installation that was Featured in the Paterson 2014 ART WALK. Our theme for the installation C.A.T.C.H A BODY" is an acronym for (Carrying A Torch to Cease Homicide). Our goal is to bring awareness of gun violence by using Art as a medium.

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Governor's Cup Pavilion

On June 7th 2014, The Governor’s Cup Pavilion designed by CDR Studio Architects was revealed during the 5th Annual Figment Art Festival in Governor’s Island, NY. This project, created out of 30,000 recycled clear plastic cups was a highlight of the festival as its hovering clear organic lattice-like structure danced around the surrounding trees and draped all the way down to the grass. The Governor’s Cup Pavilion was this year’s City of Dreams Pavilion winner hosted by Figment, ENYA (Emerging New York Architects) and SEAoNY (Structural Engineering Association of New York) as an architectural installation entry for the island. The organizations called for production volunteers of which, one of our own project designers; Jeanne Chiang, LEED Green Associate, had participated. This was a 6 month long design collaborative that called on architects to engage in different tasks from cup cleaning all the way to assembling the cup modules and zip-tying. If you look closely, her name, along with the 100 plus volunteer designers is labeled on the cups, giving proper credit to all those who worked on it.

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How Good Design Helps Patients Heal

JUNE 5, 2014

Here are two examples of projects designed by Jeffrey Berman Architect whose clients believe that the design of their facilities help patients in the healing process. 

Read it here: How a Well-Designed Doctor's Office Could Help Patients

 


Designing Interventional Environments in the Treatment of Cancer

MAY 16, 2014

Reprints of “Designing Interventional Environments in the Treatment of Cancer,” by Jeffrey Berman and Yuman Fong, in Image-Guided Cancer Therapy, A Multidisciplinary Approach, Springer, 2013, are now available from Jeffrey Berman Architect.  Contact Janet Checkman, Director of Business Development.

Jeffrey Berman is hard at work on a new chapter called “Lighting in the Operating Room, Current Technologies and Considerations,” to be included in another Springer ReferenceThe Modern Operating Room:  The Changing Role of Imaging and Visualization in Surgery.


French Foreign Minister Thanks Jeffrey Berman

OCTOBER 7, 2013

At the groundbreaking ceremony for the future French Embassy Bookshop, Foreign Minister

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JBA Selected to Design 2 Ambulatory Surgery Centers

SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

JBA selected to design two new Multi-specialty Surgery Centers
  • A multi-specialty ambulatory surgery center in Titusville, Florida consists of 15,000 SF to open with an additional 5,000 SF in reserve for expansion

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Mostafa Osman, LEED AP, is a Presenter at the AIA NY Emerging Professionals Event

JUNE 18, 2013

Mostafa Osman, LEED AP, was one of the presenters at the AIA, Health Facilities Committee at the Hafele Showroom on June 18th, when the AIANY Health Facilities Committee conducted a unique program featuring emerging professionals in the field of healthcare. Asked to share their ideas, accomplishments and thoughts and how they are tackling current professional challenges, Mostafa, who has been with JBA for 8.5 years, demonstrated his expertise in architectural design for the medical community in a five-minute “rapid-fire” presentation.  A question and answer period followed, generating a lively discussion between the presenters and the audience.

The project at the left is the Gamma Knife Suite for New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Mr. Osman was Project Manager.


Jeffrey Berman, AIA, ACHA, is Moderator for the AIA NY Health Facilities Committee Panel

MAY 23, 2012

Project Management: Challenges and Opportunities
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM  MAY 23, 2012
Hafele Showroom, 25 E. 26th Street

“We want to generate a conversation about what we do and how we can work better together to produce better projects.” – Jeffrey Berman, Moderator

The panel will initiate a dialogue among Project Managers in the field of Healthcare Design and Construction. Ideas and processes will be discussed to produce a better understanding of roles and capabilities of the various parties: project manager, owner, architect, engineer, on a project.  At this event the focus will be on the Project Manager's role and viewpoint in providing a better awareness of the owner’s requirements, utilizing best practices, and working in a collaborative manner to produce better projects with predictable outcomes.

Panelists:
Michael Giaramita (PMX LLC); Maggi Sedlis Goldstein (Sedlis Goldstein Group); Charles Maggio (Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.); William Magness (Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.); John Perez (Gardiner & Theobald Inc.); Jeffrey Berman, AIA, ACHA – Moderator.


The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology is on the Open House New York Tour

 

OCTOBER 10, 2011

October 15-16th, 2011 The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology opened for tours from 12:30-2:30 as a participant in Open House New York.


Jeffrey Berman, AIA, ACHA, is a Presenter at the GE Global Research Whitney Symposium

2010

Jeffrey Berman presented "Convergence of Imaging and Therapy," to the GE Whitney Global Research Symposium, "Hospital of the Future," in 2010.  He was a featured speaker (and the only architect invited).


Jeffrey Berman, AIA, ACHA, presents The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology to the AIA NY Health Facilities Committee

October 10, 2011

Jeffrey Berman presented The Farber Center for Radiation Oncology to the AIA NY Health Facilities Committee. Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 from 6:00 - 8:00pm.