ARDL COVID-19 alternative care sites or Medical shelters or Mobile hospitals project information form
Addressing capacity, safety, & risk challenges for our nation’s hospitals during a public health pandemic response. This is an urgent request for project information responding to the COVID-19 epidemic. Healthcare providers and others are seeking information to respond to the surge in cases and community needs.

Complete the form below detailing a COVID-19 project—or a collaborative initiative addressing the pandemic—that is either being planned, in progress, or completed. Include the project's location, type of construction and available images.

The information you provide in this survey will be compiled and published on the COVID-19 ArchMap ( You are solely responsible to ensure compliance with any confidentiality obligations you may have with third parties.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact Sumsun Nahar Moonni at or or Contact 01711334510 (WhatsApp only)
ARD-MED Medical Shelter
A visual abstract of health impact briefing-............................................The current pandemic presents a “rising tide” condition of prolonged challenge compared to the “big bang” single incidents of natural disasters or man-made events.1 In considering the World Health Organization’s pandemic risk management phases, we find ourselves ill-prepared in the midst of an “alert phase” of the pandemic.
ARD-MED Medical Shelter • ARD-MED Medical Shelter (20 ft. wide x 32.5 ft. long or 39 ft. long, other sizes available)• ARD-MED ECU (2.5- or 5-ton capacity, 50 Hz and 60 Hz, exceeds the 12 air exchanges (ACH) per hour required by the CDC guidelines)• Air Distribution System (air ducts and plenum)• Negative Pressure Air Scrubber (with HEPA and UV germicidal filtration, filters 100% of the return air and removes 99.984% of particulates 0.3 microns or greater in size)• Negative Pressure Sensor / Alarm System (adjustable negative pressure range of 0.01 to 0.04 inches SPWG)• Isolation Partition (variable size patient isolation area and anteroom)• Internal Liner System (optional insulation packages available)• Non-slip Vinyl Floor and Sub-Flooring System• Lighting and Electrical Distribution System (fluorescent or LED, 50 Hz and 60 Hz)Additionally, the negative pressure isolation system can be converted to a positive pressure cleanroom.For more information, please use our contact form.
The projected lack of hospital bed space within the context of a public health crisis has been an alarming area of concern.2–4 The strategy being proposed on an ad-hoc basis in multiple states includes facility based and community-based surge capacity.5 The need for alternative care sites (ACS) during disasters or pandemics has been documented, but details are often scarce (and obviously not specific to COVID-19). 6–7 The ARDL Architects and Consultant's established a task force to address the role of architects and thebuilt environment in the current COVID-19 crisis. The task force is developing a set of findings to be used during this pandemic response as well as creating a database to house the collection of evolving examples of ACS development.Qualified health care architects and allied professionals are in a unique position to leverage problem-solving skills to optimize safety and mitigate risk when implementing ACS. Our goal is saving lives and reducing the transmissionof SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
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