Other Publications



  • Hamilton, D. K. and Lavy, S. (2017), Area Calculation Method for Health Care, the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), Catalog Number 055590.

Chapters in Books


  • Lavy, S., and Dixit, M. K. (2014), “Industry-specific needs”, in International Facility Management, Editors: Roper, K. O., and Borello, L., Blackwell-Wiley Publications, 141-166, ISBN: 978-0-470-67400-0.

  • Shohet, I. M., and Lavy, S. (2010), “Hard facilities and performance management in hospitals”, in Improving Healthcare through Built Environment Infrastructure, Editors: Kagioglou, M., and Tzortzopoulos, P., Wiley-Blackwell Publications, 229-248, ISBN: 978-1-4051-5865-7.

Research reports

  • Mann, G., Hamilton, K., and Lavy, S. (2008), Current practice in the use of the GUIDELINES for ‘new construction’ vs. ‘renovation’ criteria: how the Guidelines might be improved for renovation of existing hospitals and healthcare facilities, Research Report, Center for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M University, 493261-00001, submitted to the AIA Healthcare Guidelines Revision Committee, Sub-Committee Research and Development.

  • Shohet, I. M., Lavy-Leibovich, S. (2002), Integrated maintenance management of hospital buildings, Technical Report, National Building Research Institute, Technion – I.I.T., Haifa, 017-548 (in Hebrew).

Non-refereed papers

  • Hamilton, D. K., and Lavy, S. (2018), “Calculating health care spaces: Methodology provides much-needed standardization to the process”, Health Facility Management Magazine, January/February 2018.

  • Lavy, S. (2010), “Potential collaboration between TAHFM and Texas A&M University”, Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management Newsletter (the newsletter of the Texas state chapter representing the American Society of Healthcare Engineering and the American Society for Healthcare Environmental Services), June 2010.

  • Shohet, I. M., Lavy-Leibovich, S., and Bar-On, D. (2003), “Integrated maintenance management of hospital buildings in Israel”, Health Estate Journal (the magazine of the institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management in the UK), November 2003.