LEO A DALY hires Thomas W. Gunn as senior healthcare architect, planner, and adviser

With a career spanning over 40 years, Gunn is a recognized innovator in the field of healthcare design with expertise in healthcare planning, analytics, information technology and statistics.

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LEO A DALY is pleased to announce the hire of Thomas Gunn, AIA, AHA, as senior healthcare architect, planner, and adviser. He is based in the firm’s Miami design studio and serves LEO A DALY’s healthcare design teams worldwide.

With a career spanning over 40 years, Gunn draws from his experience in architecture, engineering, management systems and doctoral studies in advanced healthcare planning, analytics, information technology and statistics. He is a recognized innovator in the field of healthcare design, with over 50 million square feet of medical facilities master-planned, programmed and developed. He is an expert in developing frameworks for optimal, cost-effective facilities, including planning models, conceptual designs, cost models, and implementation models.

He joins LEO A DALY from Gunn Architects, which he founded in 2011. He was previously founder of Gunn Levine Architects, which he led for more than 30 years.

“LEO A DALY is dedicated to helping health systems anticipate tomorrow’s needs through exceptional facilities-planning and design. Tom’s data-centric approach, and his expertise in analytics and demographic profiling, will be huge assets to our clients,” said Eduardo Egea, AIA, NCARB, vice president and managing principal.

LEO A DALY’s is widely recognized as a global leader in healthcare design. Current and recent clients include Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, Nebraska Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, Alina Health in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Grady Health System in Atlanta, Georgia. LEO A DALY’s Miami design studio is currently engaged in renovation and expansion projects for Baptist Health South Florida, Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, the VA Caribbean Healthcare System in Puerto Rico, and Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa.
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