The application deadline is December 18, 2015.

To apply and complete your entry:

  1. Download the prospectus and application and remit with payment to:
    ASHE/Architecture for Health Showcase
    Darrin Townsend
    155 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 400
    Chicago, IL 60606
  2. If the All-Inclusive Package or Print and Digital Package is selected, complete the fillable PDF form for the Compendium and Online Gallery and submit with project showcase photography to Darrin Townsend at dtownsend@aha.org.If the All-Inclusive Package or the Gallery Package is selected, please refer to the specifications for gallery boards: Specifications for Gallery Boards.

Click to download to access the shipping form and information regarding graphic ordering.

About the Program:

The 2016 Architecture for Health Showcase markets your best work directly to thousands of health care leaders and decision makers. As the health care industry’s premier architectural program, it offers a variety of touch-points with your potential clients. The audience is diverse, and so are their design needs—firms of all sizes are encouraged to participate.

The Architecture for Health Showcase offers three channels of participation to provide added value to your business:

The Architecture for Health Gallery – Display your projects at the 2016 PDC Summit in San Diego, California and the 53nd ASHE Annual Conference in Boston, and earn face-time with 3,000 health care leaders—2,200 of whom are at the manager, vice president/director, and owner/CEO levels.

2015 Architecture for Health Showcase Compendium – Reach more than 4,000 American Hospital Association CEO members through direct mail and 3,000 health care leaders at the 2015 PDC Summit and 52nd ASHE Annual Conference.

The 2014 Architecture for Health Showcase Compendium is available for purchase at ashestore.com >>

Architecture for Health Online (archshowcase.org) – This added resource will showcase your projects year round on the Web and reach more than 1,000 users who each spend an average of nearly five minutes exploring the site.