LEO A DALY Appoints New Healthcare Market Sector Leader

(MINNEAPOLIS - December 8, 2014) LEO A DALY announced today that Chuck Westerholm has joined the firm to further develop its growing healthcare design practice. Westerholm brings 32 years of experience as a healthcare planner, including work with more than 30 healthcare clients, from premier urban university teaching hospitals to remote rural physician clinics. In joining LEO A DALY's top-ranked healthcare design team, Westerholm will continue his success.

Westerholm will be responsible for the leadership of LEO A DALY's Healthcare practice, and will serve as the chief strategist, advisor, and decision maker by providing insight for strategic planning and direction of business development activities and procedures. He will be responsible for cultivating business opportunities within the Healthcare Market Sector by developing, leading, and managing client relations with key healthcare (public and private) institutions, and for overseeing Healthcare Market Sector Project Managers and professional staff to ensure results meet client expectations and deadlines, and are completed in accordance to LEO A DALY's standard of "design excellence".

Westerholm joins LEO A DALY to continue the firm’s success providing planning, architecture, engineering, and interior design services to many of the top healthcare systems in the United States. “I am excited to start a new challenge within LEO A DALY. Their philosophy of collaborative, inspired design resonates with my personal dedication to hands-on, patient-first planning and project delivery.”

Randy Gould, Director of Operations, said, “Chuck is a great fit for LEO A DALY, and for our clients. His wealth of experience and LEAN/SixSigma training make him superbly creative in stretching the healthcare dollar. He knows the business of healthcare inside and out, and applies that knowledge in a practical way to help clients navigate their operational and financial challenges. We view his hire as a sign of LEO A DALY’s commitment to being the leading healthcare designer in the industry.”

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