For more than 30 years as a registered architect, Brad has worked to advance the standards of architectural planning for hospitals, health systems and academic medical centers through his focus on, and support of, the paradigm shift to preventative care. His focus on the creation of unique environments for medical education, research and prevention of chronic and acute medical issues, through national presentations, trade articles and built environments, has supported the evolving needs of the healthcare environment and its delivery system. His leadership experience provides a unique understanding of the needs of institutional clients, from both a planning and construction delivery perspective.
He has led design teams that have created Philadelphia’s new Wills Eye Hospital, healthcare environments across America and Centers for Health and Wellness for health systems in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California.
Brad has held professional architectural registrations in 16 states, maintains current registrations in both Pennsylvania and Colorado, is NCARB-certified and a member of both the AIA and SCUP. He has been a regular presenter on Centers for Health and Wellness at national healthcare design conferences and frequently contributes to trade magazines such as BD+C, Metropolis and Medical Construction and Design.