Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. (HCM), a full-service architecture and landscape architecture firm, announced July 23 the promotion of six members of the HCM team to various positions within the firm.
Ross McCausland, AIA has been promoted to principal and serves as HCM’s director of construction administration. With more than 30 years of diverse experience, McCausland provides valuable direction to the firm’s integrated quality control program.
The following team members have been promoted to senior associate:
• Michael Heytens, AIA specializes in healthcare architecture, programming and planning and is currently leading the firm’s on-site team at the new $268 million Western Maryland Regional Medical Center.
• David Fox, AIA, LEED AP has nearly 30 years of design experience and has spent recent years focusing on hospital specialty suites such as the neuroscience unit at Sinai Hospital and the new Breast Care Center at Northwest Hospital Center.
The following team members are have been promoted to Associate:
• Brantley Davis, AIA, LEED AP is a project architect in HCM’s healthcare studio.
• Lisa Ferretto, AIA LEED AP is the firm’s sustainability coordinator and a member of the education studio.
• Matt DeWolfe, AIA LEED AP is a project architect in HCM’s healthcare studio.
“Talented and strong personnel are the backbone of excellent design,” Lee Coplan, senior principal, HCM, said. “Professional development is a core focus in our firm and we believe that investing in our team members helps us to continue providing the highest level of service and care to our clients.”
About Hord Coplan Macht, Inc.
HCM is a full-service architecture, landscape architecture, planning and interior design firm with more than 30 years of experience. HCM specializes in a variety of project types including healthcare, multi-family housing, mixed-use, education, cultural and religious, parks and recreation, office and institutional facilities. HCM’s architecture, landscape architecture and planning clients include LifeBridge Health, University of Maryland Medical System, Loyola College, Enterprise Development, and The National Park Service.
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