Author: tsausa

2019 Newsletter: Edition 4

  As we approach the end of the year, we are grateful for all we experienced in 2019. We're thankful for the clients we work with, the consultants we team with, the projects that allow us to leave our mark on the world and make it...

Published in Utah Construction and Design

In the most recent edition of Utah Construction and Design, Nathan shares some of the ways that The Lodge separates itself from traditional Skilled Nursing design. "Perhaps more than in any architectural typology, senior care environments tend to fall into an all-too-familiar pattern of unremarkable mimicry...

The Lodge SNF: A PPOE

One of the concepts we value here at TSA is beautiful design that functions optimally. We’re not content to simply create a product that is just beautiful to look at, or just functional - we believe it is highly possible to deliver an aesthetic, functional...

Optimized Solutions, Beautiful Spaces

We all appreciate beautiful photographs and computer-generated images of architecture. On occasion, these images may have too much influence on the architect selection process. Don’t get me wrong - I like to have great images of my work. Every building should be appealing driving or...

Presentation Recap: 2019 Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo

Tracy Stocking and Jerry North - Senior Director, Facilities and Engineering for University of Utah Health were selected to present at the 2019 HSFE Conference recently held in Boston. SESSION TITLE: Low-Trauma Construction at a Level 1 Trauma Center. How intense teamwork and collaboration at the University of...

2019 Summer Party

Yesterday evening, we enjoyed a beautiful evening at Washington Park in Parley's Canyon. We've frequented this location for a few years now and as a team have made a lot of fun memories there. This year's party was no exception! The theme was a Hawaiian Luau...

University of Utah Hospital Infill Project Update

We always knew that the UUH Infill project would be a challenging construction process. I’ve personally compared it to building a ship in a bottle, because nearly every building component and piece of equipment must be brought over the top of the hospital and lowered...