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“My passion is to help clients realize their objectives by developing designs that improve operational efficiencies and create a positive, healing environment.”
Marc’s love for design originated in high school, when he began sketching golf courses and clubhouses. An avid golfer at a young age, he had a feel for the elements necessary to design a great venue. When selecting a career path, he considered medicine, golf and architecture. After choosing architecture, Marc pursued healthcare design at Texas A&M, allowing him to combine two of his passions while continuing golf as a hobby.
“I enjoy the physical aspects of architecture as well as the emotional side,” Marc explains. “What other building type allows you to address the range of emotions one feels in a healthcare setting? From elation at an infant’s birth to one’s road to recovery, or saying goodbye to a loved one, healthcare design is incredibly impactful,” he adds. In fact, Marc says he designs healthcare facilities as if they were for his own family and friends.
With more than 20 years of experience, Marc remains in the forefront of healthcare design, continually assisting clients with facility operations while focusing on total patient care, safety and well-being.
Registered Architect: Texas
ACHA Board Certified Healthcare Architect
U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional
Master of Architecture, Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Environmental Design, Texas A&M University
AIA/AHA Graduate Fellowship in Health Facility Planning and Design
Did You Know?
Marc was a city junior golf champion when he was in high school in Fort Worth. If he wasn’t so passionate about creating healing environments, he would be on the golf course working toward the PGA tour.