William R. Epp III has recently been named president of JACA Architects JACA Architects.
Epp’s promotion is a result of a recent restructuring within the 29-year-old firm, meant to position the firm to build on and further strengthen JACA’s focus on the exclusive design of healthcare and medical facilities. Under the new organizational plan, Epp will oversee much of the firm’s day-to-day operations and be instrumental in planning the firm’s future growth and expansion.
In addition, under this restructuring plan, Matthew Bluette will be elevated to the role of principal and serve as an integral part of the firm’s management team. Cavallaro will serve the firm in an advisory capacity, as CEO/Founder, working closely with Epp and the team to guide JACA’s direction.
Epp began his career in architecture more than 20 years ago when he joined JACA Architects; most recently, he held the post of associate principal. He is a member of the New England Healthcare Engineers Society.
The Middleborough resident has worked on a range of projects, most recently including the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham Outpatient Clinical Center (Needham, Massachusetts); the Harold and Virginia Lash Heart and Vascular Center, featuring a hybrid operating room and compounding pharmacy, both at Southcoast’s Charlton Memorial Hospital (Fall River, Massachusetts); Signature Healthcare Services’ standalone psychiatric hospital (Westborough, Massachusetts) and Worcester Behavioral Innovations (Worcester, Massachusetts), among others.