What do an architect, front-end software developer and healthcare systems engineer have in common? All three seemingly dissimilar professionals work side-by-side at Array. Array Architects is recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in healthcare facility design, but the firm has grown to deliver much more than architectural solutions. Where some firms have adapted to […]

“What sort of quality are we seeking here?” That’s the question marketing hall-of-famer Seth Godin contends is most important when doing work. Where some see quality as meeting specifications, others define quality by deluxeness, or even right effort – how much you gave of your abilities to create something. When it comes to architectural services, […]

This is a story about an afternoon that changed my life. It was April 2017. I was finishing up my senior year at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. I was in my usual spot – my studio desk – sifting through hundreds of unread emails trying to keep my mind off the […]

Across the US, the demand for inpatient behavioral health services continues to surge, particularly within the child and adolescent demographic. According to a CDC/NCHS study, 6% of youth ages 12 to 19 are being treated with psychotropic medication for a psychiatric disorder or condition. Coupled with research that indicates one in five Americans live with […]

The Architectural Experience Program (AXP), formerly known as the Intern Development Program (IDP), is a program by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards that facilitates Architectural Licensure. Candidates need to achieve their “three Es” – Education, Experience, and Examination – to become licensed professionals.

We’ve all heard it: “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” It becomes difficult when we’re not sure what to plan for, but we can’t allow the fear of the unknown to prevent us from heeding Mr. Franklin’s warning. One of the great things about working exclusively within the healthcare industry is working with people […]

Featured in ENR’s Marketropolis blog, February 2015. In December 2014, I had the opportunity to present at the PSMJ Industry Summit in Orlando. My presentation, “Building a Knowledge-Based Practice in the Digital Age”, explained how Array was able to rebrand itself as a leading firm in the healthcare design market by focusing on knowledge sharing as […]

Within the architecture profession, creating, receiving and generating data is a daily task. Ambulatory Surgery Facility Assessments, for instance, have the potential to generate large sets of data that various team members, including clients, review and use to make critical decisions.