Medical Construction & Design

JUL-AUG 2018

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56 Medical Construction & Design | J U LY/AUGUST 2018 | MCDM AG.COM Schultz Joins Waldon Studio Architects as Principal, Healthcare Practice Leader Patrick Schultz , AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, has joined Waldon Studio Architects as principal and healthcare practice leader. With nearly 30 years in the health- care design industry, he understands strategic facility responses emerging from na- tional healthcare market trends to improve operational effi cien- cies, patient care experiences and brand. He has worked with Kaiser Permanente, Inova, Med- Star, Valley, Adventist Health Systems and academic medical centers that include Johns Hopkins, University of Vir- ginia, Duke University, Wake Forest University, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and federal government agencies that in- clude the National Institutes of Health and Veterans Aff airs. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from the Uni- versity of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and is an MCD board member. Cindy Beckham to Lead SmithGroupJJR Washington, D.C. Offi ce's Health Studio Cindy Beckham has been hired as a principal and leader of SmithGroupJJR's Washing- ton, D.C. Health studio. In this role, Beckham will focus on the offi ce's clients and growing the fi rm's market share in the healthcare landscape. Beckham has over 20 years of experience in the optimi- zation of hospital systems through design, previously serving as director of planning at FreemanWhite Catalyst in Charlotte, North Carolina. In addition, she was the execu- tive director of facility design at Mercy Health System in St. Louis, Mis- souri, where she worked with patient and clini- cal advisory groups to establish facility design guidelines, and introduced effi ciency model- ing, eff ective best practices and holistic design processes. Anthony Disser, R.N. Joins JLL Healthcare as Solutions Advisor JLL Healthcare has retained former Kindred Healthcare executive Anthony (Tony) Disser , M.S., B.S.N., R.N., as advisor, Healthcare Solutions. He has held leadership positions in patient care, clinical qual- ity and hospital operations in public, private and teaching healthcare systems. In his new role, Disser will ensure JLL continues to provide hospitals and health systems with innovative services and solutions that elevate the care environment and improve the patient and family experience. Swapna Sathyan Joins CannonDesign as Director of Workplace Strategy Consulting Swapna Sathyan has joined CannonDesign as principal and director of workplace strategy consulting. She will work in part- nership with Meg Osman, executive director of CannonDe- sign's Commercial Market and Michael Bonomo, director of global workplace, to lead the rapid growth of the fi rm's com- mercial practice. Leading the fi rm's work- place strategy consulting team, Sathyan will work with clients and teams across commercial, healthcare, education, science and other key business verti- cals. Her data-driven approach helps companies outline an appropriate workplace strategy and understand how it corre- lates with their talent strate- gies and policies. Duncan Griffi n Promoted to Managing Principal of HDR's Seattle, Washington Studio Duncan Griffi n , AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has been promoted to managing principal of HDR's Seattle, Washington architec- ture studio. With the fi rm since May 2016, he was previously a sustainability principal. Griffi n's responsibilities include growing the Seattle architecture practice, with an emphasis on areas such as triple net zero (energy, water, waste) and net posi- tive envi- ronments, where buildings create more energy than they consume, for the fi rm's complex civic, healthcare and science/edu- cation buildings. The Seattle 2 Industry Leaders Named American Society of Interior Designers Honorary Fellows The American Society of Interior Designers has bestowed the title of Honorary Fellow to two industry leaders who are not interior designers, but have made outstanding contributions to the profession through their careers and commitment to ASID and to the interior design industry. The Honorary Fellows are: Dak Kopec , Ph.D., associate professor in the Master of Healthcare Interior Design program in the School of Architecture at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has authored several books used by interior design educators including three editions of Environmental Psychology for Design. He is also credited with researching, developing and administering the fi rst low- residency graduate program focused on designs for human health at the Boston Architec- tural College. Debra Levin , EDAC, presi- dent and CEO of The Center for Health Design, is a passionate advocate for how the design of the built environ- ment can have a positive infl uence on outcomes in human health and healthcare environments. Under her leadership, CHD's research initia- tive, the Pebble Project, has gained international recognition, and its EDAC Certifi cation program has become the standard for Evidence-Based Design practitioners in the healthcare and design industries. People movers & shakers Duncan Griffi n Anthony (Tony) Disser Patrick Schultz Dak Kopec Debra Levin Cindy Beckham Swapna Sathyan

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