MADISON, Wis. — Erdman Company has hired Todd Wambach as senior architect. Wambach brings 25 years of architecture, engineering and construction experience, as well as extensive knowledge of the healthcare market, to ERDMAN. He will be responsible for leading and overseeing the development of creative architectural concepts that support new business development and project delivery.
“Todd’s extensive healthcare planning and design experience, along with client development, will support our business plan for growth,” said Scott Saunders, senior vice president of architectural and engineering operations for ERDMAN. “Todd is a strong advocate for integrated project delivery and will help us advance our unique approach with clients and the industry in general.”
Most recently, Wambach served as president of Vintage Archonics, Inc., in Fort Wayne, Ind., which specializes in design and engineering for healthcare, recreation, wellness and religious facilities. During his tenure, he was responsible for overall client relationships and project development.
“I’m impressed with the full array of in-house services ERDMAN utilizes to meet client needs. ERDMAN implemented integrated project delivery long before the term was created,” said Wambach. “I look forward to the challenge of working on large-scale healthcare work and helping clients navigate the project process from vision to the final building.”
Wambach holds bachelor’s degrees in Architecture and Science & Environmental Design from Ball State University. He is a registered architect and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.
Posted September 7, 2012