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“It is the architect’s ethical responsibility to promote sustainability, especially in the healthcare setting.”
Roy has a distinctive respect for nature. Being outdoors has always been a freeing outlet for him, whether biking, skiing or playing beach volleyball. “Preserving our resources for future generations is important to me,” Roy said. “But, I didn’t think I could make much of an impact on the environment as an individual until I managed one of the nation’s first and largest LEED Gold-certified healthcare projects in 2002.” Today, he’s directing more than 1 million square feet of sustainable healthcare projects that are lowering operating costs, enhancing staff development and retention and improving patient outcomes. “Many people have a pre-conceived notion that being sustainable comes with a steep price tag. I believe we can design and build cost-saving healthcare facilities with limited upfront costs by thinking ahead and planning smart.”
Registered Architect: Texas
Certified, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
ACHA Board Certified Healthcare Architect
U.S. Green Building Council LEED® Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction
Master of Architecture, The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, State University of New York College at Buffalo
Did You Know?
Roy is a competitive athlete and participates in five or six triathlons every year. To keep in shape, he gets up at 5 a.m. to train 1.5 to 2 hours every morning.