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  • Location
    Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Year
  • Build type
    new build
  • Architect
    Champlin Architecture
  • General Contractor
    Danis Building Construction

Maintenance-free headwalls for 5+ years

This major hospital needed 193 new private patient rooms between two buildings. They knew they should work with DIRTT again. After all, headwalls installed over five years prior, for another of their spaces, haven't required any maintenance. The facilities team knew how great this was.

The space is ready for the future. As-yet unimagined technologies can be easily incorporated when they arrive. Flexibility is designed into medical patient rooms, bone marrow transplant and ICU spaces. Integrated equipment rails and touch-enabled monitors support high-quality care. Graphics behind Corning® Willow® Glass add a welcoming touch for patients with a clean solution.


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    Photo Credit: Ryan Kurtz
    Patient care room
  • Photo Credit: Ryan Kurtz
    Footwall with integrated technology
  • Photo Credit: Ryan Kurtz
    Headwall with Corning® Willow® Glass artwork
  • Photo Credit: Ryan Kurtz
  • Photo Credit: Ryan Kurtz

Ultra thin and incredibly durable

Corning® Willow® Glass incorporates vibrant graphics into your space. Crystal clear glass makes them look great. It's impact resistant, plus you can write on or clean the surfaces.


Easy-to-clean walls

DIRTT’s healthcare optifiller encloses Enzo reveals between wall tiles. It makes an easy-to-clean surface and improves infection prevention.


The look of permanence

The Enzo™ system delivers a chic aesthetic with slim reveals. It gives a sense of permanence in a modular space.

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