Creating Active Environments to Call HomeWelcome to a new way of thinking about at senior living. Whether replacing, updating, or expanding a facility, bland and institutional environments are a thing of the past. Imagine new and smarter approaches, where wellness is encouraged, the amenities reflect the lifestyle of a connected population, and the atmosphere conveys a resort-like experience. Many of life’s emotional and meaningful events will take place in a senior living setting and the built environment must support this human experience. We consider not only the residents and their families, but also the support staff in providing a successful design for a strong, viable community.
Senior Living Leadership
Michael D. Rodebaugh, AIA, NCARB
Senior Living Practice Leader
As both a designer and project manager, Michael has a broad range of experience and insight into the various levels of senior-related housing and specialty care. His experience includes the design of facilities ranging from 40,000 SF to 700,000 SF. Michael has extensive experience in creating 3D visualization for project understanding and formal approvals. He also helps direct clients through the various levels of care within a building type, including: independent living, assisted living and memory care and their respective physical requirements.
Cheri N. Pavlik, Allied A.S.I.D., LEED AP
Director of Business Development
Cheri brings a wealth of knowledge from her experience in interior design, development and construction management to her role as director of business development. She works to ensure the client's vision is met and provides a fresh perspective and insight to projects.
Cheri facilitates client design and budget solutions by bringing together the best team for each project. Her passion is the understanding of each client's objective and vision, and working with our teams to deliver on these objectives.
Jim Hageman, AIA, ACHA, NCARB
Senior Project Manager
Jim has extensive experience as a project manager and architect, from planning and programming to contract administration. His responsibilities have included architectural design, code reviews, contract drawings and specifications, quality and schedule control, and ADA audits. He has worked on a variety of residential projects, along with healthcare, scientific, industrial, commercial and educational project types. Jim is board certified as an architect in the specialty of healthcare by the American College of Healthcare Architects.
Joshua A. Theodore, B. Arch, ACHE, EDAC
Global Health Practice Leader
Joshua Theodore guides strategy, business development and overall design excellence for our health practice worldwide. Approaching 30 years in the industry, he has gained a broad perspective from the planning and implementation of all types of health facilities in more than 15 states, the United Kingdom, Middle East and Caribbean.
Joshua is driven by a passion for designing health facilities that function exceptionally well for clients and help them reduce costs. His most satisfying projects are those in which both communities and health systems can be proud.
Chief among Joshua’s goals is guiding our health clients in a way that allows them to continue their mission - whether that involves patient-centered and family-centered design, incorporating evidence-based design or integrating the latest technological innovations into their facilities. He focuses on the big picture, connecting with colleagues around the globe to leverage LEO A DALY’s health facility expertise across markets and disciplines.