Array Architects announced today the promotion of James Britt to the role of Practice Leader, Engagement Management. In his new role, Britt will lead and mentor engagement managers, define and advance project delivery methods, and continue managing some of the firm’s most challenging projects.
“James has a demonstrated track record of excellence, ingenuity and success, and we anticipate that his new role will allow Array to remain at the forefront of collaborative and integrated project delivery,” says Array Architects President Noah Tolson
Britt’s experience managing successful projects at Array is considerable. His most recent include:
- Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Behavioral Health Tower, a 360,000 SF, 14-story medical tower.
- Inspira’s Medical Center Mullica Hill, a 467,000 SF hospital.
- Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes’ implementation of a hospital master plan inclusive of a 122,000 SF renovation.
Britt is a registered architect with a diversified and progressive 20-year career in healthcare project management, enabling him to reduce inefficiency and maintain transparency throughout highly complex projects. His finesse in connecting and communicating with clients is a key contributor to his success. Britt has spoken regionally about the benefits and challenges of collaborative integrated project delivery process, and his thought leadership on the topic has been featured in Healthcare Design.
Recognized as a leader in healthcare facility design, consulting and technology, Array offers knowledge-based, data-informed services, including planning, architecture, interior design, transformation and asset advisory services. Using Lean as a foundation for a unique process-led approach, Array’s deliverables use data and technology to leverage real-time patient and real estate market trends required by today’s healthcare organizations. The firm’s devotion to a healthcare-exclusive practice springs from the belief in the power of design and technology to improve patient outcomes, maximize operational efficiencies, and increase staff satisfaction.