Burns & McDonnell is expanding its healthcare team and deepening its support of the industry, hiring five industry leaders who collectively bring nearly 100 years of additional architecture, design and construction experience.
Recent additions to the firm’s national healthcare team include:
With nearly a decade of consulting and engineering experience, Chris Coode supports healthcare projects throughout the U.S. from Nashville, Tennessee. During his career, he has worked on a variety of commercial and healthcare projects. Coode has a deep understanding of all aspects of a project, including schematic design, design development, permitting and construction administration.
Also based in Nashville, Charlie Hughes manages and supports healthcare projects across the U.S. With more than 20 years of experience, he specializes in acute care facility design, including emergency departments, inpatient rehabilitation, radiology, surgery and behavioral health. Hughes is involved throughout the project lifecycle, from master planning to schematic design, and works with the construction administration team to manage project documentation and execution.
Derek Hunter leads and designs healthcare projects nationwide from Nashville, as well. With more than 25 years of HVAC system design experience, he has supported healthcare projects including replacement hospitals, large renovations, facility additions and freestanding EDs. Hunter also has a decade of experience as a commissioning authority and manufacturer’s representative.
Michael Moser leads and supports healthcare projects across the U.S. With more than two decades of experience, he has designed, planned and managed more than 40 healthcare projects throughout his career. Moser most recently served as senior vice president for the federal healthcare sector at a national architecture, planning and interior design firm.
With more than 15 years of architectural experience and as a senior architect, Cassandra Price is focused on leading and designing healthcare projects throughout the U.S. Specializing in healthcare design, she has a deep understanding of all project phases, including schematic design, design development and construction administration.