Jason Schroer, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Principal, Houston Office Director

“Buildings can have a profound effect on people. As architects who design healthcare settings, we have the unique opportunity to create places that contribute to the healing process.”


About Jason

While an undergraduate, Jason participated in a healthcare design studio. His mission was to design a children’s hospital in Chicago. After meeting with the client and hearing stories from the families, he was hooked on healthcare design. “I truly believe that design makes a difference,” declared Jason, an 20-year veteran of the profession. “Through evidence-informed design, we can prove it.” According to Jason, access to daylighting and views to nature; lighting, sound and temperature control; and integrating families into the continuum of care have proven positive in helping patients heal. He also believes that humanity connects us more than it divides us. “Because I work internationally, people frequently ask me, ‘What are the differences between the U.S. and other countries?’” I tell them, “All of us have the need to be healthy and function at a high level on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Healthcare design has a tremendous impact on every person in the world.”

Professional Credentials
Registered Architect: Texas
ACHA Board Certified Healthcare Architect
Certified, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional

Education
Master of Architecture in Health Facility Design, Clemson University
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University