Healthcare Systems Engineering Projects

From small renovations and work on medical office buildings, to new hospitals that span more than 500,000 square feet, Dynamix has decades of healthcare facility experience. However, just as important as this track record is our proven ability to not just design efficient MEPT systems, but also develop solutions that best serve patients and medical professionals alike.

The Dynamix Difference

Our talented healthcare engineering team understands what is required in a facility where critical, life-saving work is performed and patient comfort is paramount. Using evidence-based design, the Dynamix team recognizes the importance of air quality, the use of lighting to both assist medical staff in their duties and soothe patients, and the need for easy-to-use technology for staff to be able to respond quickly to an emergency. Keeping a facility in operation during construction is a challenge, and one at which our team has proven efficient.

Our use of technology and sustainable design principles create world-class hospital environments that support healing and recovery, and can be seen in our work on the Dublin Methodist Hospital, the Springfield Regional Medical Center, Riverside Methodist Hospital Neuroscience Center and Patient Tower, the Bing Cancer Center and many other top-of-the-line facilities.

Our Experience


Akron Children’s Hospital

Akron Children’s Hospital Masterplan and Energy Audit

Ohio Health Projects

Springfield Regional Medical Center

Riverside Methodist Hospital

Mt. Carmel Grove City & East

Lexington Medical Center

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

University of Illinois at Chicago Dentistry Modernization

University of Illinois Medical Center

Dayton Department of Veterans Affairs Building 410 Renovation

Dayton Department of Veterans Affairs GI Clinic Expansion, Outpatient Pharmacy and Primary Care Clinic Renovation

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Get in touch with Lee Anne Dye to discuss your healthcare project.