Ladies and gentlemen, kindly silence your mobile devices because the show is about to begin at the University of Illinois’s new Surgical Innovation and Training Laboratory (SITL). This past month, the stage has been set for the world-class laboratory, designed as a convergence of nature and technology to inspire the surgeons and prototype the ... More
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Many of us figuratively give away our hearts in February, but year-round, Gift of Hope gives out real ones and more for individuals in need. Collecting and distributing vital organs for over 23,000 patients is just the beginning: when Gift of Hope wanted to expand their Chicagoland presence, they included room for Malcolm X Community College and ... More
Edited March 24, 2020: Due to COVID-19, these events have all been postponed. We will update with the new date as soon as it is known.
Still looking for spring break plans? Bailey Edward is traveling to conferences from coast to coast this spring to share our experiences in design and architecture. Book your flights and get your tickets now—these ... More
It’s not just beauty pageant contestants who likes to wear sashes; buildings do as well! The swath of thick fabric always looks regal prior to the pageantry of a formal ribbon-cutting celebrating the major milestone of project completion and building occupancy. Bailey Edward staff were lucky enough to participate in two ribbon-cutting ceremonies ... More
On Friday, March 16th Bailey Edward was honored to attend the opening reception for their design of the University of Illinois Hospital (UIH) Northwest Wing 5th floor postpartum care rooms. The UIH was looking for a way to attract new patients and create more profitability through a new revenue stream. Therefore, UIH needed new design standards to ... More
In the ever changing healthcare management and engineering fields keeping up-to-date educated on the latest trends and products are essential for any healthcare facilities service professional. To help professionals stay in touch with the latest developments, the Healthcare Engineers Society of Northern Illinois (HESNI) develops and promotes ... More
Responding to changing patient population trends, the University of Illinois Hospital’s renovation of twelve patient rooms for post-partum care will provide flexible multiple-acuity uses, enhanced nurse care, family-stay capabilities, and accessibility within a limited existing footprint while also creating appropriate mechanical systems to allow ... More
Dating back to 1924, Bailey Edward has had a presence on the Champaign architecture scene. The firm’s origins stem from Berger and Kelley Associates, proceeding through the century as Unteed Associates; Unteed, Scaggs, Nelson; Unteed, Nelson, Slack, Anderson and Architectural Planning Consultants before becoming Bailey Edward in 2001. The final ... More
Bailey Edward Principals, Ellen Dickson and Robin Whitehurst, decided this was the year to follow client feedback and add mechanical, electrical and plumbing services. Ellen and Robin approached Kent Locke, Principal of Fox Valley Engineers for 20+ years, with the idea of spring-boarding a decade of collaboration into added value to our community, ... More
The University of Chicago Department of Facilities Services nominated Bailey Edward for their prestigious Vendor of the Year designation. The University of Chicago and Bailey Edward have collaborated on various architectural projects over the past two years. Projects range from office renovation and accessibility upgrades on the academic ... More
Bailey Edward, an award-winning architecture, historic preservation and interior design firm, has appointed Mr. Michael Petti, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP as Healthcare Discipline Leader.
Petti is a licensed architect with 23 years practicing architecture that offers a solutions-based interpretation to the complex needs of modern healthcare design. He is ... More
Bailey Edward, a Chicago-based architecture, historic preservation and interior design firm, has recently expanded their services to the Rhinelander, Wisconsin area through the efforts of local resident, Mrs. Laurie Goscha. Goscha is a licensed architect in Wisconsin with 15 years experience practicing architecture that has focused on sensitive, yet ... More