Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2015

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Laura Morris New Principal at Array Architects Senior Interior Designer Laura Morris , AAHID, LEED AP BD+C, IIDA, Lean Green Belt, has been named a principal and shareholder at Array Architects. She has two decades of collaborative healthcare design expe- rience. Morris accentu- ates patient-centered care with her designs and improves staf workfl ows by employing the tenets of process-led Lean design. Charles Maggio Joins CBRE Healthcare Group Charles Maggio has joined CBRE Group healthcare group as managing director, specializing in healthcare design and planning, construction, develop- ment management and integrated strategic real estate solutions. Based in New York City, he will coordi- nate with CBRE's Northeastern Regional Healthcare team to serve that market. Maggio brings over 30 years of experience to his position having worked as a practicing architect, hospital facilities executive, project manager and consultant. Kuspan to Lead FKP Architects' Columbus, Ohio Office Joseph Kuspan has joined FKP Archi- tects as senior vice president, heading up the fi rm's newest of ce in Columbus, Ohio. The FKP Columbus of ce will provide specialized project sup- port to the FKP Hous- ton and Dallas, Texas of ces. Specializing in Evidence-Based Design, Kuspan has designed projects in many sec- tors, but has a focus and passion for healthcare. He was the project designer and medical planner for Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas in Austin, which was the fi rst LEED Platinum hospital in Texas. Kuspan also has extensive experience designing chil- dren's, pediatrics and community hospi- tals, as well as cancer treatment facilities. O'Shea Joins Environetics Jennifer O'Shea , NCIDQ, has joined Environetics' healthcare team as senior interior designer. O'Shea of ers over 15 years of experience in interior design for healthcare facilities. Her expertise includes the spectrum of inpatient and outpatient facilities. She brings advanced skills in Evidence-Based Design, as well as Lean process. O'Shea's role will deliver designs that comply with the many technical and regulatory requirements that pose signifi - cant challenges to healthcare clients from pre-design through construction. CannonDesign Adds Senior VP Janice Stanton has joined CannonDesign as senior vice president. As a registered nurse with over 30 years of nursing and consult- ing experience, Stan- ton brings a wealth of knowledge and experi- ence related to nursing workfl ow, Lean operations, health system performance optimization and clinical trials research management. Her new posi- tion with the Healthcare Advisory Services team will focus on helping health systems improve performance across multiple channels and measures. She will also assist in developing solutions that respond to cli- ents' unique cultures, processes, leadership styles and physician practice patterns. EwingCole Grows Team Teenie Bracken , RN, MS, NNP, EDAC, has joined EwingCole as healthcare designer/ clinical consultant in its Philadelphia, Pennsylvania of ce. Bracken brings over 25 years of combined nursing and design experience. Prior to joining EwingCole, Bracken New Director Named at Francis Cauffman Haley Driscoll , IIDA, has been promoted to director of healthcare, interior design, at Francis Cauf man. She has more than 20 years of experience at the fi rm managing healthcare projects. She also oversees new and long-term client relationships. Her expertise in supervising interior design projects and team members has been instrumental to growing Francis Cauf man's healthcare interiors portfolio. She brings a holistic approach to proj- ects, and has helped integrate interiors into the upfront planning ef orts of the design process to achieve better results. Frank Zilm Receives Lifetime Achievement Award Frank Zilm , FAIA, FACHA, has received the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award, the highest honor bestowed by The American College of Healthcare Architects. It is conferred by the national ACHA Board of Regents in recognition of a signifi cant body of work of lasting infl uence on the theory and practice of healthcare architecture. A Department of Architec- ture lecturer at the University of Kansas, Zilm has a lengthy history at KU having taught there since 1976. He and Profes- sor of Architecture Kent Spreckelmeyer established the Architecture Depart- ment's Health and Wellness Program, which specializes in health- care design and planning. A key element of the curriculum is an architecture student internship program. Eighty KU architecture students have worked in 39 healthcare archi- tecture fi rms since it began. Professionally, he has pio- neered the use of analytics in healthcare programming and planning. His frequent talks and journal articles on the use of database development and computer simulation tech- niques for architecture have been infl uential in healthcare design circles the world over. People movers & shakers Laura Morris Jennifer O'Shea Haley Driscoll Frank Zilm Janice Stanton Charles Maggio Joseph Kuspan 48 Medical Construction & Design | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2015 | MCDM AG.COM

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