Women @ Mazzetti Spotlight: Chiaowei Yu

Women at Mazzetti Spotlight: Chiaowei Yu - Chiaowei is the Director of the VDC (Virtual Design Construction) department at Mazzetti and based in our San Francisco office. With over 6 years of industry experience and a high level of expertise in building information modelling (BIM) software, Chiaowei is an indispensable figure at Mazzetti.
A Decade of Green Business in San Francisco

Some GOOD news—This year marks a decade of green business! Mazzetti’s San Francisco office was recently recertified as a San Francisco Green Business, now part of the broader California Green Business Network (our first certification was recognized in 2010). As a Benefit Corporation, we are committed to driving public benefit for both society and the environment. This certification is directly aligned with this ongoing commitment and drive toward more sustainable practices.
"Not Another COVID-19 Webinar"

Join us for a robust dialogue that is truly 'Not Another COVID-19 Webinar', featuring panelists from Stanford Health Care, Kaiser Permanente, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Medxcel, and Mazzetti.
Meet Mazzetti's Newest Principal: Ryan Stromquist

We are thrilled to recognize, Ryan Stromquist, recently promoted to Principal. Ryan has been with Mazzetti for over eight years. A natural communicator with an easy-going disposition, Ryan co-leads Mazzetti's Denver office with Ron Bourgault.  Learn more about Ryan's philosophy and his thoughts on the future of the industry...
Women @ Mazzetti Spotlight: Hannah Mobarekeh

Hannah is a Business Development Manager in Mazzetti’s San Francisco office, a role that she has been advancing for the past four years.
Clinical Implications for Design of In-House Specialty Pharmacies

The demand for in-house specialty pharmacies in large healthcare facilities is on the rise. Health systems are realizing (more) the benefits these pharmacies offer to their employees and patients. As these pharmacies are expected to facilitate seamless clinical support and education, provide external distribution (which inherently brings challenges), and offer integrated technology, conventional design is facing an evolution. With this evolution, we see opportunity for improving employee workflow and increasing the quality of patient care.
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