Array Architects is pleased to announce the addition of Lindsey Stang, AIA, GGP, to its leadership team. Lindsey joins the firm as a principal and the Co-Practice Leader of Planning. She is working closely with recognized industry expert Lisa Lipschutz, to guide a team of planners on large scale master planning projects and complex implementation plans.
“Lindsey’s extraordinary ability to facilitate critical thinking and lead clients to strategic decisions is a major asset to Array,” said Noah Tolson, President of Array Architects. “We are excited about the perspective and passion she brings to our powerhouse planning team.”
Lindsey brings 14 years’ experience to the role spanning all phases of design. Her diverse skills in master planning and architectural design allow her to solve intricate planning challenges. Lindsey brings a human-centered approach to planning, considering patient, provider, and staff experience while remaining mindful of operational impacts and healthcare best practices. Her work has been featured in Healthcare Design, Medical Construction & Design, and Contract Magazine – among other publications.
“What I’m most excited about in joining Array is the quality of the projects underway at the firm, and the space the firm lives in from a planning and process standpoint,” Lindsey said. “The interaction of the firm’s planning apparatus and its analytics and data capabilities allows us to serve clients in a compelling, future-forward way.”
Recognized as a leader in healthcare 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 process-led approach, Array’s deliverables use data and technology to leverage 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 and maximize operational efficiencies.