How the VA PACT Model is Shaping Delivery of Behavioral Healthcare
Featured in Medical Construction & Design Magazine, Rob Forney and Ali Summerford discuss how with the inherent focus on patient care through a team-based approach, the PACT model has emerged as a best practice in the design and implementation of...
Social Distancing Strategies Respect Veterans’ Needs
April 9, 2021 | Featured in FacilitiesNet The VA’s new Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in Charlotte Hall, Maryland, is a much-welcomed addition to the area as it expands care space, healthcare services, and telehealth modalities to Veterans living in rural...
Oculus Inc. Expands Federal Portfolio with $25M Win
February 12, 2020 Feature in Construction Forum STL Oculus Inc., a full-service architecture and interior design firm, has been awarded a prime contract from General Services Administration (GSA) to provide a full range of architect-engineering services in support of...
Daytona Beach to get bigger VA clinic in early 2024
Featured in The Daytona Beach News DAYTONA BEACH — The Veterans Affairs outpatient center set to be built along Williamson Boulevard will begin serving patients in early 2024, the Orlando VA Healthcare Systems announced this week. Read full article here
Top Care for Veterans
by Rob Forney, AIA, LEED AP, VA-SEPS Certified & Kim Ward, RA | Featured in Medical Construction & Design Magazine | The once episodic and inpatient oriented healthcare delivery model for Veterans has improved dramatically since the introduction of Community Based...
Five Steps for Facility Condition Assessments
by Marc Lopez and Rob Forney | Featured in Health Facilities Management | A detailed understanding of a facility can help to prioritize future building investments Leaders and staff of Veterans Administration (VA) facilities are extraordinarily dedicated and committed to their mission....
VA Seismic Upgrades Progressing
DJC Oregon published a news article by Garrett Andrews about the current status of the seismic upgrades to Buildings 100 and 101 at the Portland VAMC. Oculus's work related to the initial study was mentioned, as well as, a study we...
Oculus Eyes Federal Growth with $25M Win
The announcement last week that architectural and consulting firm Oculus Inc. has won a five-year $25 million services contract for the GSA both takes the firm back to its roots and propels it into the future, Lisa M. Bell-Reim, Oculus...
St. Louis Architecture Firm Lands $25 Million Government Contract
St. Louis architecture firm Oculus Inc. has won a federal contract worth $25 million, the firm said Thursday. The contract has a one-year base period and four one-year option periods. St. Louis Business Journal