FEATURED WORK

As a part of it’s campus transformation, The MetroHealth System expanded its operations to add two 44-bed Universal/Acuity Adaptable Patient Care Units above an existing surgical floor and operational Emergency Department/ Level 1-Trauma Unit. An important feature of this project was the application of a Special Diseases Care Unit (SDCU) to handle the region’s threat of highly infectious diseases, the only facility designated to do so in the State of Ohio.  Read more...

The design of renovations and addition to the existing 1950’s style building in University Heights. The program included a new entrance off the parking lot, new meeting rooms, additional collection and reading spaces, a new children’s area with Story-time room, new teen area, and off-the-floor staff work space. Read more...

The development center prepares students for global business including internship support, business analytics, international development, leadership, and boardroom environments. The second floor corporate classroom room features a folding glass wall which can be opened to the commons space to allow for larger community, corporate and international events. Read more...

Markets

CBLH Design believes in developing healthcare design solutions that are based on clinical efficiency, staff productivity, functionality and patient comfort. See Healthcare Page.

CBLH Design delivers cost effective, creative and sustainable design solutions to meet emerging trends for higher education facilities. See Education Page.

Our team understands libraries. CBLH Design has planned and designed some of the most innovative libraries in the Ohio region. See Libraries Page.

We provide key planning, architectural and interior design services to owners, developers, property managers and real estate consultants. See Community/Corporate Page.

News

2018.07.30 - ACE Golf Outing

As big supporters of the local ACE Chapter, our staff participated in the 9th annual Golf Classic.








2018.07.17 - “UH Samaritan Building New Facility in Mansfield”

University Hospital’s new $17 million Mansfield Medical Office Building was mentioned in Crain’s Magazine. To read more, click HERE.





2018.07.15 - “Setting the Stage For The Future of Higher Education Planning”

Director of Architectural Operations, Brian Hennies, attended the 2018 Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.Topics included planning, Innovation, Technology, and many more.