NBBJ promoted three individuals to principal that have extensive healthcare experience. Rodney Crumrine is principal in the firm’s New York office, Ryan Hullinger in NBBJ Columbus, Ohio and Brian Zeallear is principal of NBBJ’s Seattle, Wash. office.
Crumrine is responsible for managing projects from start to finish, including all team member efforts, contracts, deliverables and project cost control. His extensive experience, breadth of knowledge and attention to detail is key to the success of NBBJ’s healthcare practice. He has served as a project manager and planner for numerous hospital projects, including the Lunder Building at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Center for Advanced Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Hullinger has shaped the design of many of NBBJ’s recent healthcare projects, including two U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Medical Campuses and the Miami Valley Heart and Orthopedic Center. He works to ensure research-intensive methodologies drive the design process, with specific focus on enhanced clinical performance and adaptable hospital design. He has presented his research at a number of national healthcare conferences including the ASHE PDC Summits in 2011 and 2012.
Zeallear has more than 17 years of architectural experience, specializing, designing and managing healthcare projects ranging from ambulatory care centers and acute care hospitals to academic medical centers. His approach to projects is rooted in the integrated and collaborative development of ideas and solutions. He is leading NBBJ’s journey in Lean Design and has spoken numerous times at the national level on Lean Design and Integrated Project Delivery.
Projects Zeallear has worked on include Seattle Children’s Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center, University Medical Center in New Orleans, VA Omaha Medical Center, Overlake Hospital Medical Center and Valley Medical Center.