Jacqueline Foy Joins HDR as Health Principal in Kansas City
Jacqueline Foy, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP has joined HDR as a health principal in our Kansas City, Missouri, architecture studio. In this position, Foy will leverage more than 20 years of experience to build client relationships and expand HDR’s healthcare presence in the region.
“As a health principal, I am excited to share both my passion for healthcare design and the insight and partnership that our healthcare clients can find when working with HDR,” Foy said. “As a designer, I am driven to create and design spaces that are purpose driven and provide a place to inspire discovery, hope and connection.”
With deep expertise in pediatric design and experience in research and translational health science facilities, Foy is uniquely positioned to bring thoughtful and innovative design solutions to advance treatment, care, and the healthcare experience in the Kansas City region.
“When you meet an expert you instantly know it. They are intelligent, informative, keenly aware of their client’s need and willing to share their knowledge freely. I am thrilled to have Jacqueline at HDR to lead our healthcare practice and build strong relationships in Kansas City,” said HDR U.S. Central Region Health Director Jim Thomson, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, LEED AP. “Her deep understanding of the community and her expertise in leading pediatric and large, complex healthcare projects will undoubtedly elevate our firm in the region.”
Foy comes to HDR from BSA Lifestructures where she developed a reputation for strong leadership as principal and studio director. A graduate of the University of Kansas in architectural studies, Foy is a licensed architect in four states, American College of Healthcare Architects and LEED AP certified, and a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt.