News Release: Array Architects Welcomes Healthcare Systems Engineer

article_image-template-LauraArray Architects is pleased to announce the addition of Laura Silvoy. As a Healthcare Systems Engineer, she will collaborate on projects firm-wide, enhancing our teams’ ability to deliver enhanced project results through more rigorous data analysis. Laura partnered with Array as an intern as she conducted research to complete her Master of Engineering in Healthcare Systems Engineering thesis project for Lehigh University. Laura also has a degree in Architecture. As an integral part of the Process Improvement Team for Array, Laura will be working with clients and staff to promote a philosophy towards, and implementation strategies for, continued process improvement. “We are excited to have Laura join our team. After seeing her energetic approach to investigation and her insightfulness on how data can be deciphered and lead to improved patient environments, we really hoped she’d join the Array family. We’re looking forward to seeing how many different ways her expertise can be leveraged both for our clients and our own company,” noted Array’s CEO, Carl Davis.

Click here to read more about Laura’s in-depth research for one of Array’s surgery center clients.

About Array Architects

Array Architects offers a full complement of knowledge-based services including planning, architecture, interior design and advisory services. Array is ranked by Modern Healthcare in the top 35 largest firms in the US, by design fees earned in 2013.  When comparing fee volume of design firms focused exclusively on healthcare, Array has a #1 ranking across the U.S. In Architectural Record’s Top 300 List, Array is ranked 83 worldwide. Array Architects is recognized by Architect Magazine in their Top 50 for Business ranking.

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