Dan has focused much of his 31-year career on healthcare projects, including clinics, diagnostic suites, patient wings, birth centers, and psychiatric facilities. His extensive knowledge of healthcare-specific building codes and regulations and the unique infrastructure needs of medical environments have translated into highly functional, visually appealing spaces. He is a member of the Architecture for Health Panel and the Washington State Society for Healthcare Engineering. Dan has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Washington.
“There are two moments I cherish in the architectural process. The first is when we are working with the client and together we reach a resolution that achieves all of their program goals with a simple plan. The second is when I walk into the completed project with that same client and see the look of happy realization that not only does the plan work, we have created a wonderful space as well. Helping our clients surpass their expectations is what design is all about.”