Two HDR Architects Earn Healthcare Architecture Certification
The American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) has announced that Terry D.B. Wilson, AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP, senior health planner at HDR, and Dave Redemske, RA, ACHA, CCHP, health planning principal at HDR, have earned board certification in healthcare architecture, joining 18 of their colleagues in the achievement.
In order to earn the certification, architects must pass the accredited examination that assesses understanding of healthcare architecture, as well as submit data-heavy portfolios to document and outline their experience. Six letters of recommendation from clients and peers are required.
"We’re very proud that Terry and Dave received this recognition as national specialists in healthcare architecture," said Jim Atkinson, AIA, ACHA, EDAC, LEED AP, vice president and director of health planning at HDR. "Terry has a passion for creating healing environments backed by research and providing transformative solutions for our healthcare clients.”
“In the more than 20 years that Dave has been with HDR he has had a considerable impact on our health practice,” Atkinson said. “His unique set of design skills contributes to the knowledge engine that keeps HDR at the forefront of our profession.”
HDR’s ACHA-certified architects include:
- Chris Bormann – Princeton, New Jersey
- Allen Buie – Boston, Massachusetts
- Katie Fricke – Charlotte, North Carolina
- Jerry Jeter – Denver, Colorado
- Mike Roughan – Boston, Massachusetts
- Michael Street – New York City, New York
- Matt Suarez – Charlotte, North Carolina
- Brian Zabloudil – Omaha, Nebraska
- Hank Adams – Dallas, Texas
- Jim Atkinson – Charlotte, North Carolina
- Jill Bergman – San Francisco, California
- Tracy Bond – Arlington, Virginia
- Steve Cano – Houston, Texas
- Neal Corbett – Atlanta, Georgia
- Susana Erpestad – Arlington, Virginia
- Richard Harris – Houston, Texas
- Fernando Rodrigues – Houston, Texas
- Sandy Tkacz – Arlington, Virginia
About HDR's Healthcare Experience
At HDR, we blend our deep knowledge of healthcare delivery with our understanding of how environments can shape behaviors and outcomes to create solutions for clients that respect the human impact of their work. We seek to constantly champion human-centered design, solve real-life problems, and advance health and wellness.
For more than a century, HDR has partnered with clients to shape communities and push the boundaries of what’s possible. Our expertise spans 10,000 employees, in more than 200 locations around the world — and counting. Our engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services bring an impressive breadth of knowledge to every project. Our optimistic approach to finding innovative solutions defined our past and drives our future.