Building Progress As the skin goes up on the new clinical towers, construction stays on schedule.
The air ducts have been placed on the top of the children’s tower and the stilts await the installation of the helipad atop the adult building. Hopkins’ $1 billion construction project is roughly 45 percent complete.
In between his nonstop meetings and travels, Michael Iati, director of architecture and planning for the Johns Hopkins Health System, found time to sit down with Dome for an update.
Hopkins’ “Branding & Use of Name Toolkit” Web site recently won an international group’s award for excellence. Honored with an iNOVA award from a panel of Web site development judges assembled by MerComm Inc., a Network-based firm that fosters international communications projects and programs, the Hopkins Web site (brand.hopkinsmedicine.org/gui/content.asp) provides clear instructions and rules on how to use the Hopkins Medicine name, our brandmarks and logos, as well as guidelines on Web site development. “Every use of our name and brandmarks conveys an association with Johns Hopkins Medicine and potentially affects the institution’s reputation,” says Dean and CEO Edward Miller. “Some uses are appropriate and desirable; others are potentially damaging and must be avoided.”
Dome is an award-winning monthly
tabloid for employees, patients, visitors and
friends of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Mohamed Lehar, M.D., a school of medicine researcher in otolaryngology, was one of several top blood donors recently recognized for making frequent blood donations to American Red Cross drives at Johns Hopkins.