Ted leads healthcare projects as a principal, senior planner, and project manager. He is committed to the advancement of hospital design to provide caring environments for patients and sustainable inviting energizing workspace for caregivers. Ted enjoys interacting with clients and engages in the real-time development of building solutions with clients in an interactive atmosphere.
Over the years he has been involved in complex master plans, large campus building evaluations, overbuild projects in congested urban environments, infrastructure rejuvenation of aging campuses, and developing renovation plans to bring facilities into conformance with new codes, standards, and healthcare practices.
Since 1980 Ted has devoted his career to healthcare, participating significantly in well over 300 projects. His special design interests include Pediatric Hospitals, Surgery, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine and Transplant Units. Ted received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame in 1978 and became a registered Architect in 1983.