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Bryan Langlands, AIA, ACHA

Bryan Langlands is an accomplished healthcare programmer, planner and designer of academic medical centers, specialty centers and community hospitals. His list of clinical and research clients include NYU Langone Medical Center, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Rochester Medical Center and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. His experience ranges from master planning and programming to design and construction administration for complex projects often requiring relocations, multiple phases of work, difficult site issues and mediation between constituents.

Bryan — who interfaces directly with users on projects — is recognized by clients for his architectural skills and his ability to manage the multitude of needs that arise on major healthcare projects. In addition to his leadership in the firm, he is a contributor to the recently published 2014 Facility Guidelines Institute's Healthcare Guidelines, and holds positions on two committees of the American College of Healthcare Architects.