Camilla Yamada Speaking at Bisnow’s October Healthcare Panel | Evolving Healthcare Spaces: Building for Tomorrow
11 October 2023
UMC's Camilla Yamada will be joining the stage of the October 24th Pacific Northwest Healthcare Bisnow Event during the Evolving Healthcare Spaces: Building for Tomorrow panel.
Maximizing Efficiency and Savings: The Benefits of Monitoring-Based Commissioning
19 September 2023
MBCx is a game-changer in the realm of energy management. Its real-time monitoring, proactive maintenance, and continuous optimization offer significant benefits for organizations of all sizes.
UMC delivers outstanding energy modeling and analysis with IESVE
06 June 2023
UMC Building Analysis and Modeling group is featured on the IES-VE discover section.
Camilla Yamada, MS, CHFM, CHC named Special Projects Group Director
19 December 2022
As Yamada steps into SPG leadership role, she will remain the lead healthcare Subject Matter Expert (SME) across all UMC lines of business.
Camilla Yamada joins ASHE Membership Committee
02 September 2022
UMC is proud to announce that Camilla Yamada, Healthcare Market Lead has joined the Membership Committee for the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE).
UMC partners with Washington Hospital Services (WHS)
31 August 2022
UMC is proud to partner with the Washington State Hospital Association (WHS)
Leveraging COVID Momentum for Building Performance in Healthcare Facilities
26 July 2022
While COVID taxed hospital facilities' efforts to maintain homeostasis, it also created momentum and urgency around ventilation that engineering can use to implement mitigations and improve systems.
Healthcare with Purpose: a Q&A with Camilla Yamada
08 June 2022
Camilla shares her thoughts on how healthcare projects differ from other markets, what she enjoys about her role and her joy as a mother of an active 11-year-old.
Featured in the Seattle DJC's Special Section: Healthcare/Biotech
05 April 2022
Don’t ignore new compliance requirements. The Washington Clean Buildings Performance Standard clock is ticking; are health care organizations ready?
Flexibility and collaboration: How teamwork paved the way for an innovative health care project
22 January 2021
Published in Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce Overlake FutureCare special section, Bryan Eppler writes on the team attributes that led to a successful project during complicated times.
Patients First: Protecting Patients Through UMC’s HELP3 Training Program
20 October 2020
UMC’s teams recognize that there is a significant difference between working on an office building verses a healthcare buildings, especially in occupied spaces.