2023 News and Updates: Edition 1
Focus on Innovation
Recently Health Care Design featured both our Jordan Valley Women’s Center and the McKay-Dee Cancer Center. We were also excited to have Nathan and Stephanie share some of their insights about what makes a successful patient room in the October issue of Utah Construction & Design. You can read their article on page 20.
Are you looking to expand your experience doing design that makes a difference and work in a great office culture? At TSA Architects, we believe in the power of design to create meaningful experiences that inspire the human spirit to flourish and thrive. We are currently looking to hire a Project Architect and Project Manager. If you’re ready to take the next step in your career and find out how you fit within our team, send us your resume and cover letter.
We have enjoyed being a part of the MillerKnoll We Care event with Henriksen Butler for the past few years, but this year was particularly special since we were back in person. It was a joy to work with the children at the Murray Boys & Girls Club and help them explore their creativity with a fun key chain craft. This is such a rewarding event to be a part of and we look forward to it each year.
Save the Date – TSA Architects Annual Charity Putt Putt! The event will be held May 25th from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at our office. We will be raising money for Utah Partners for Health, an organization providing comprehensive, quality medical care to underserved individuals in our community. If your company would like to sponsor a hole or become an event sponsor, please reach out to us for more information.
We recently presented the program, masterplan, and design concept for the William E. Christoffersen Salt Lake City Veterans Home Replacement Facility. We’ve had a wonderful experience teaming with Orcutt | Winslow and collaborating with the dedicated team from DVMA on this project and are so excited to see the impact it has on veterans in our community.
The Jordan Valley Medical Center West Cath Lab project relocated existing Cath Lab services to a new location across the hall. The project included a Control Room, Ante Room and Reading Room, which previously were shared spaces or didn’t exist in the former location. The finishes and details of the Cath Lab were designed to feel modern, clean and comfortable. For more images and information about this project, check out our portfolio.
We are excited to welcome Becky Brown to the TSA team. Becky brings a diverse background to her work, including experience in teaching architecture and engineering as well as expertise in commercial and residential design. Continuously expanding her knowledge, Becky is now delving into the intricacies of healthcare design. In addition, she is dedicated to promoting diversity in the industry and currently serves as the head of a committee for Professional Women in Building.
Please join us in congratulating Marnie Jacobsen on her recent accomplishment of becoming a Licensed Architect. Marnie is a wonderful asset to our team professionally and personally and we are extremely proud of this milestone in her career.
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