This talk will deconstruct the results of a radical and uncharacteristic pairing of students and faculty in the fields of interior design, industrial design, and electrical, mechanical, and biomedical engineering. They devised a common language using Revit software and Fusion 360 software for building, exploring, and testing a proposed retrofit for a neonatal intrahospital transport unit for Hospital Escuela in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. In a Revit walk-through, we will simulate design visualizations that optimized the ambulance environment for the newborn, EMT, driver, and family passenger. In Fusion 360 we will demonstrate animations methods for refining anthropometrics and human factors related to ease of operations and methods of movement for accessing the infant, stored medical supplies, incubator instrumentation, and related equipment. This case study will illustrate the inimitable opportunity to break down the boundaries of discipline-specific language, and create a new lens for collaborative dialog and problem-solving.