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“Rather than impose a predetermined architectural style onto a project, I prefer to work with the team and client to establish an appropriate architectural expression for each client in their specific context.”
With an aptitude for drawing, a mother who was an interior designer and a father who owned a kitchen design center, it was clear that Norman was destined for architecture. From the time he was 5 years old, he sat for hours at the drafting table in their home designing everything from houses to boats to tree houses. While in junior high and high school, his architectural drawings received praise and awards from his teachers. He gravitated toward healthcare architecture, following architectural school, because it provides healing facilities to comfort and support patients and families going through traumatic experiences. “Even though we are a large firm that designs large-scale healthcare projects, we also design small community hospitals,” Norman shares. “I enjoy working with clients on small-hospital projects because I am able to help them fulfill a vision for what is often a one-time opportunity: making their dream come true in the form of a new community hospital.” Norman’s 29 years of experience with healthcare facilities includes designing and planning laboratories for major research facilities, regional medical centers, community hospitals and ambulatory care facilities.
Registered Architect: Texas
Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Design, Texas Tech University
Did You Know?
While in architecture school at Texas Tech,
Norman received the Tau Sigma Delta Top
Architecture/Designer Student award for