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“Listen, care and build trust with our clients; we want to build long-term relationships, and together, have successful projects and outcomes.”
Lynne knew she wanted to be an architect in the seventh grade, after taking architectural design classes in middle school. Fast forward to her first job and first project assignment, which was an ambulatory care center, where she fell in love with health care architecture and the complexity it offers. Her entire 28-year career has been dedicated to programming and planning of health care facilities, including many NICU, pediatric, surgical, ambulatory and interventional facilities, as well as master planning new campuses. She is inspired and motivated by how passionate the staff and clients are about what they do and feels honored to work with them to design spaces that provide a healing environment. “I want to make sure everyone is heard and has a voice in the process,” Lynne says. She also enjoys coordinating the various teams on a project, as well as the technical aspects and challenges each offers, and then fitting together the pieces of the puzzle.
Bachelor of Architecture, Kent State University
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Kent State University
Did You Know?
Growing up with a large Italian family on her mother’s side, there are lots of great family gatherings that include great food and music playing – mostly from her cousin, Mario Lanza, who was a well-known tenor opera singer.