EwingCole Adds Healthcare Director to Washington, D.C. Office

Patrick_Schultzred_RWASHINGTON, D.C. – EwingCole has named J. Patrick Schultz, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, director of its healthcare practice in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Schultz brings more than 25 years of experience in planning and designing healthcare, medical research and government medical facilities within Washington, D.C., the mid-Atlantic region and throughout the U.S.

“Pat is widely recognized for his ability to collaborate among owners, consultants, construction managers and users to deliver highly complex, multi-phase projects,” said Patrick Brunner, AIA, EwingCole’s managing principal in Washington, D.C.

Prior to joining EwingCole, Schultz was associate principal of healthcare at Perkins + Will and a senior associate of healthcare at HOK in Washington, D.C., where he planned and managed healthcare projects. His previous clients include Johns Hopkins Hospital, University of Virginia Health System, Duke Health System, Children’s National Medical Center, Valley Health System, Adventist Healthcare, Catholic Health Initiatives, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, National Institutes of Health and Veteran Affairs.

“Pat understands the challenges facing providers in the current healthcare climate and has the expertise to create design solutions that enhance our clients’ operational efficiency and brand,” said EwingCole’s president, Mark Hebden.

A graduate of the University of Arkansas, Schultz is an active member of the American Institute of Architects, an Evidence Based Design Accredited and Certified Healthcare Professional and LEED Accredited Professional. He regularly presents to business groups, developers and construction management firms in the National Capital Region and has been published in many industry periodicals, including Medical Construction & Design.


Posted August 8, 2012

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