RALEIGH, N.C. — Veteran healthcare architect Fred Wolters, AIA, has been promoted to healthcare and design principal at BJAC Raleigh, pa. Wolters, who previously served as the firm’s director of healthcare, possesses a specialized knowledge in the analysis of operational, financial and reimbursement conditions for the healthcare industry, and has extensive familiarity with public and private sector influences on the delivery of healthcare services, medical education and research.
His projects are recognized for creative planning and long-term function and flexibility throughout the United States and Canada. Wolter’s promotion to this new role will assist the firm in meeting its goal of providing outstanding results for partner healthcare providers and improving the health and wellbeing of their communities.
“Fred Wolters’ promotion is an important step for BJAC and we are excited he will lead the healthcare team as we expand our services to our clients,” said Fields. “The healthcare industry faces many technological and operational changes, BJAC feels fostering leadership and expertise is vital to the industry. Fred’s experience and passion for quality architecture in healthcare continues to be critical to our success.”