HONOLULU, Hawaii — Architects Hawaii, Ltd. recently announced that Gary W. Marshall, AIA, has rejoined the firm and has been named director of the healthcare architecture team.
Marshall has significant experience in healthcare architecture and has worked on many large, complex projects—in Hawaii, on the mainland and in Europe. During his previous tenure with Architects Hawaii from 1979-1985, his projects included the Kaiser Honolulu Clinic, the Queen Emma Tower at The Queens Medical Center and the Kaiser Moanalua Medical Center.
Other notable projects include the Stanford Outpatient Center, the Kaiser Santa Clara Medical Center, the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Ore. the Dixie Regional Medical Center in Utah, the John Muir Walnut Creek Outpatient Center and the Lahey Clinic Medical Center in Boston, Mass. In Europe, his projects included the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in Norfolk, England and the Southwest Acute Hospital in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
After leaving Hawaii, Marshall worked with NBBJ Architects, Anshen+Allen Architects and KMD Architects in San Francisco.
“Gary was previously with our healthcare studio and understands Hawaii and its unique issues. We also welcome the wealth of expertise and experience in healthcare architecture that he has accumulated over the years,” said Bettina Mehnert, CEO, AHL.