During the recent Third Annual California Hospital, Outpatient Facilities, & Medical Office Buildings Summit, our own Kevin Hinrichs, President of Taylor Design, co-presented on the topic of Ambulatory & Emergency Care Models alongside Peter Shih of San Mateo County and
Rules meant to protect people can sometimes have the opposite effect. Case in point: building code stipulations for door operating pressures designed to improve accessibility are actually creating a potentially life-threatening hazard for patients, visitors and staff alike.
Meet Karva Sykes, a licensed Project Manager in our San Francisco office. She holds a degree in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. Karva has worked full-time at Taylor Design for seven years while maintaining a busy personal life.
Taylor Design is pleased to announce that Kevin Hinrichs, AIA, LEED AP, principal and Northern California office leader, is the firm’s new president. D. Randy Regier, AIA, ACHA, who served as president for the past 16 years, becomes Chairman of
For healthcare interiors today, the marriage of experiential design with sustainable materials and practices creates an environment that aids in positive patient outcomes while furthering the business and social responsibility interests of the healthcare organization.