Because healthcare projects are complex and highly technical in nature, they require experienced, qualified architects. It is important that you work with an architect who is American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA)-certified.

The ACHA was formed in 1999 to provide a credentialing body to show advanced competency and affiliation with the most experienced healthcare architects. Nationwide, approximately 475 architects in the United States have earned this credential (with only 40 of these are in New England and the Northeast) as of 2019.

Randy has been Board-Certified by the ACHA since 2007. Click to learn more about Randy.