We’ve been burning both ends the past several months to accomplish some major projects – including a couple specifically for our firm!
We have relocated to a new office at 1486 S. 1100 E. in Sugarhouse. We’re excited to have a space designed by our talented team and are especially enjoying having our own parking lot.
In addition to a new office, we’ve also launched an all-new website, completely re-imagined from the ground up – take a look here!
Project Award – Jordan Valley Cancer Center selected as 2017 Generative Space Award Winner
The Jordan Valley Cancer Center was selected as this year’s winner of the Generative Space Award, conferred by the CARITAS Project. This international recognition is given to projects that show continuous improvement in not only the physical environment but the organizational culture as well.
We had a great time at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Austin, Texas and enjoyed the opportunity to share a presentation about this wonderful place with our colleagues from around the world – click here to see more!
University of Utah Biology 201 Lab Remodel
The Biology Building on the University of Utah campus houses classrooms, administrative offices, and laboratory space for the Biology Department. To provide additional laboratory facilities in the Biology Building for researchers leaving the Life Science Building. This project represents the final phase of the Biology Master Plan which TSA completed in 2014,and includes complete renovation of outmoded labs into world class research space for (4) Principal Investigators who are performing fascinating and critical research in a variety of Biology related areas.
PIC and Lab Planning: Tracy Stocking
Project Manager and Architect: John Meredith
Drawing Support: Barton Done
Rocky Mountain Care Heber SNF
Great progress at the Mountain View Skilled Nursing Facility in Heber, Utah! The project is now vertical with framing and steel work going in.
PIC: Tracy Stocking
Design Principal: Nathan Murray
Project Manager: Rachel McKenzie
Interior Designer: Stephanie Kwok
Project Coordinator: Barton Done
TSA Architects is pleased to announce the addition of David Daining, AIA, NCARB as Senior Healthcare Planner. David is recognized for adding innovation and strategic vision to health care planning and design. With 33 years of experience, he brings energy and expertise to all aspects of project development including predesign, planning and analysis, functional and space programming, facility and campus master planning, design development, and project coordination. He has revolutionized the planning and documentation approach to allow informed decision making in a timely manner. Past projects of note include the Primary Children’s Entry Lobby, Intermountain Homecare, Sophie’s Place music therapy, and the University of Utah Health Science Campus Master Plan. In his spare time, David enjoys travelling to State and National parks and roadtripping with his wife, Jane.
David can be reached at and (801) 463.7108
Please join us for an Open House + Client Showcase on November 9th from 4-7 PM!
We want to celebrate our clients, colleagues, and friends who have made this possible! Come to see your projects displayed and enjoy a variety of treats and appetizers!