Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2015

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IN BRIEF People movers & shakers served as a design consultant adapting medi- cal of ce buildings and residential sites to ADA standards. Before earning her design degree, she was an adult nurse in emergency medical trauma units and a pediatric nurse in neonatal ICUs for hospitals in Maryland, Virginia and Florida. HOK Announces New Global Healthcare Director Dorothy Lloyd , AIA, EDAC, has joined HOK as a senior vice president and director of healthcare. She has 30 years of experience, with a focus on creating high-performance environments that support patient-centered services. She will collaborate with Paul Strohm, AIA, LEED AP, and Thomas Quigley, AIA, LEED AP, to lead HOK's global healthcare group. Lloyd comes to HOK from a position as a principal at Stan- tec, where she led healthcare facilities' development strategies, strategic master planning and functional and space program- ming projects. Dorothy Lloyd Sheila F. Cahnman Shawn A. Janus Teenie Bracken Shepley Bulfi nch Principal Jennifer Aliber , AIA, has been elected to the Council of Fellows of the American College of Healthcare Architects. She was honored for her leader- ship in developing and advancing a metrics-based approach to space programming and planning that has elevated the practice of healthcare architecture. David Morgareidge has joined Page as an associate principal and predictive analytics director. He is overseeing an effort to introduce predictive analytics to the work across the fi rm's various market sectors, primarily healthcare. He has almost four decades of interna- tional design experience employing simulation technology to analyze and optimize client performance, operationally and fi nancially. Hammes Company has appointed Rex Holloway as regional vice president, reporting to the fi rm's Washington, D.C., offi ce. He has almost 30 years of experience in healthcare consulting and business development on the consultant and provider sides. Holloway will manage client development, health provider relationship manage- ment and project delivery activities throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast coast. Robert Razzo has been appointed director of business development at Polytech Associates. He joined the fi rm in 2003 managing healthcare projects for clients such as Kaiser Permanente, The University of Cali- fornia, San Francisco and Stanford. DeAngelis Diamond Healthcare Group has named Scott Ricks vice president of strategic development. Ricks will identify and utilize market, industry and economic opportunities to ensure strategic business plans are successfully executed. Michael P. Sheerin , P.E., LEED AP BD+C, has been named CEO of TLC Engineering for Architecture Inc. He chairs the committee for ASHRAE SPC 189.3P Design, Construction & Operations of Sustainable, High Performance Healthcare Facilities, is vice-chair of ASHRAE 170 Ventilation of Health Care Facilities and chairs the NFPA 99 revision committee, mechanical sub-committee. Mike Mostardi, Joe Mensik and Ken Mustafa have been promoted to regional directors of healthcare at Advanced Technologies Group, Inc. Each has a profound understanding of regulatory compliance and risk management issues and has coun- seled a wide variety of healthcare providers on the business implica- tions of facility management. Cahnman Launches Healthcare Design, Consulting Practice Sheila F. Cahnman , AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, has launched a new consulting practice, JumpGar- den Consulting LLC, based in Chicago, Illinois. With over 30 years of industry experience, the new fi rm will provide healthcare design and planning solutions. Cahnman previously led two regional healthcare architecture practices and was most recently national healthcare market leader for AECOM. She has presented at over 25 conferences and symposiums and published more than 20 articles focusing on health facility trends. For more details, visit jumpgardenllc.com. PMB Welcomes Senior Vice President Shawn A. Janus has joined Pacifi c Medical Buildings as senior vice president for health- care development and acquisitions. Janus has more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate. His expertise is specifi c to health- care real estate development, acquisition and capital market activities. Prior to joining PMB, he was managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle and one of the senior leaders in the fi rm's Healthcare Specialty Practice. At JLL he was responsible for building the fi rm's healthcare development practice. MCDM AG.COM | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2015 | Medical Construction & Design 49

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