Medical Construction & Design

MAY-JUN 2018

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MCDM AG.COM | M AY/ J U N E 2018 | Medical Construction & Design 57 practice leader. His design and planning work includes major projects at Cathedral Hill Hospital in San Francisco, California; Guaynabo City Hos- pital in Puerto Rico and Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida. Prior to joining Leo A Daly, he served as healthcare practice leader for Stantec in Florida. He and his team are working on several renovation and expansion projects for Baptist Health South Florida and VA Caribbean Healthcare System in Puerto Rico. HDR Names Jim Henry Health Director in U.S. West Region Jim Henry , AIA, has been named health director re- sponsible for the U.S. West region healthcare architecture practice for HDR. He has most recently been serving as design direc- tor for the Health sec- tor, where he played a piv- otal role in bringing to life many of HDR's most noteworthy projects. Henry's extensive portfolio brings nearly 20 years of archi- tectural experience refl ecting his commitment to design- ing physical environments that enrich lives and promote the humanistic principles he strongly values. HMC Architects Makes Senior Strategic Hire in Healthcare Practice Suzanne Snow Severino , AIA, NCARB, EDAC, has joined HMC Architects in the fi rm's healthcare practice to bolster its growth and design exper- tise. Serving as senior project manager, she brings a wealth of healthcare experience in every- thing from primary care clinic tenant im- provements to ground-up inpatient buildings and com- plex interior renovations. She also has a special passion for behavioral health design. Located in the fi rm's Phoe- nix, Arizona offi ce, Severino will be instrumental in serv- ing and expanding the fi rm's healthcare client base by work- ing with owners, consultants, contractors and internal team members to ensure all projects stay on scope, schedule and budget. HOK Appoints Dr. Andrew Ibrahim as Chief Medical Offi cer Andrew M. Ibrahim , M.D., MSc, a resident surgeon at the University of Michigan, has been appointed chief medical offi cer at HOK. Dr. Ibrahim will use his expertise in surgery, architecture and innova- tive clinical care delivery models to collaborate with the fi rm's teams of medical plan- ners, designers and consultants on the design of forward- looking projects that help solve society's most urgent health challenges. Dr. Ibrahim serves on the Design and Health Leadership Group of the American Insti- tute of Architects. His research has led to numerous articles and book chapters in publica- tions including the Journal of the American Medical Asso- ciation and the New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst. Speaking engagements have taken him across the world for invited lectures hosted by or- ganizations, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, New Zea- land's Institute for Innovation & Improvement and France's IRCAD Institute. CallisonRTKL Promotes Steve Stokes to Vice President CallisonRTKL has promoted Steve Stokes , AIA, LEED GA, CLGB, to vice president. He is a design leader for the fi rm's healthcare practice group based in Chicago, Il- linois and brings more than 25 years of comprehensive design and planning ex- perience to the team. Throughout his career, he has worked on conceptual design, building design, master planning and planning projects. He seeks to understand client needs, aspirations and values and pro- vides a high standard of aesthetic judgment, attention to detail and in-depth understanding of healthcare planning and design to every project. Through experience with a wide variety of health- care organizations, from small rural facilities to large aca- demic medical centers, he has worked to provide a holistic approach that provides clarity to the complexity, yielding bril- liant healthcare solutions. People movers & shakers Eduardo Egea IN BRIEF Timothy Gregg , AIA, ACHA, has been promoted to principal at Smith- GroupJJR's Chicago, Illinois offi ce. Gregg joined the fi rm in 2017 as a senior healthcare planner. With over 30 years of experience, his expertise lies in master planning, programming and state-of-the-art medical tech- nologies. Sarah K. Flock , NCARB, has been promoted to associate principal at Raths, Raths & Johnson, Inc. In her new role, she will be responsible for project management, thought leadership and client development. She is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and is a certifi ed Healthcare Constructor. Scott Elofson has joined HDR's Minneapolis, Minnesota architecture studio as a design principal. With 20 years of experience, his work on healthcare facilities, sports arenas, civic buildings, arts institutions, transportation projects and urban design lends itself well to his new role leading the studio's design efforts. John Spohn has joined EAPC Architects Engineers as interior architec- tural designer. He brings 30 years of design experience in a wide range of healthcare projects and has been recognized nationally for his work. Prior to joining EAPC, Spohn served as director of healthcare interiors for Perkins + Will. Scott Patterson , LEED AP, has joined NexCore Group as vice president of design & construction. He is responsible for all aspects of project management and delivery from predevelopment through construction completion. Mark Brower has been hired as studio director at Nadel Architects, spearheading the fi rm's education, healthcare and Native American com- munity design studios. Based in Sacramento, California, he brings more than 30 years of experience in architecture and construction, specializing in facilities for education, healthcare and Native American communities. Suzanne Snow Severino Andrew M. Ibrahim Steve Stokes Jim Henry

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