LESLIE SIMS JOINS EYP AS SCIENCE EXPERT
EYP Architecture & Engineering announced Leslie Sims, AIA, LEED AP
BD+C, recently joined the firm as a Science Expert, supporting EYP’s
nationally recognized higher education, government and corporate
sectors. For more than 30 years, she has been a widely acknowledged
leader in innovative architecture for science, engineering and technology, and is nationally recognized for the management, planning and
design of a wide variety of lab spaces, from undergraduate teaching
labs to highly specialized research spaces. As a Science Expert, Sims
will address the complex challenges of designing highly flexible, adaptable, equipment-driven spaces that help support the research agenda
in the sciences and engineering, as well as academic medicine and
allied health professional education.
ARUP CHOOSES CROW TO HEAD UP HEALTHCARE
ENGINEERING IN HOUSTON
Arup, a multidisciplinary engineering and consulting firm, announced
Carl Crow, PE, ASHRAE HBDP, has joined the firm in its Houston location as an associate principal mechanical engineer with a focus on
healthcare and research facilities. Crow will be responsible for leading
and growing the healthcare/health science design capabilities in the
firm’s Houston office. Crow will be focused on growing the healthcare
and research design, planning and consulting services in Houston. He
will liaise directly with architects, builders, project owners and visionaries in the healthcare and science fields to bring Arup’s culture of integrated project development and creative, forward-thinking engineering
solutions to existing and future developments.
TREANOR ARCHITECTS WELCOMES PATRICK JONES
TO S&T TEAM
Treanor Architects is pleased to announce the hiring of Patrick
Jones to the firm’s S&T team. With 15 years of experience in architecture, and a specialized focus on science and lab facilities, Jones
adds depth to the firm’s capabilities. Jones is a senior project
manager in the firm’s Dallas office, and is currently working with
the firm at the Univ. of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort
Worth, the College of Engineering at the Univ. of Missouri-Colum-bia and the College of Engineering at the Univ. or Arkansas.
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