The American College of Healthcare Architects recently elevated BSA LifeStructures’ Tim Spence to the Council of Fellows. The Council of Fellows was founded to advance the unique qualities of the profession of healthcare architecture by demonstrating and celebrating achievements of national significance.
Fellowship is one of the highest honors bestowed upon a certificant of The American College of Healthcare Architects and is awarded to one who has shown distinction in fulfilling one specific Category of Nomination of their work, and has demonstrated a nominee’s individual impact and influence in healthcare facility architecture.
Spence joins the ranks of the 79 distinguished fellows and is one of nearly 400 colleagues in the United States and Canada who are certified healthcare architects. ACHA requires its certificate holders to work towards the improvement of healthcare architecture on behalf of the public, to practice in an ethical manner, to maintain high standards of specialized continuing education and to add to the body of knowledge.