RICHMOND, VA (November 8, 2013) – With an approach to design that is both forward-thinking and historically sensitive, Baskervill Principal Burt Pinnock's history of public and professional service will be celebrated tonight as he is honored with the Virginia Society AIA's Award for Distinguished Achievement. The award, which celebrates significant achievements by architects in design, practice, education, and service as a citizen architect, will be presented at the Visions for Architecture gala at the historic Jefferson Hotel in downtown Richmond.
RICHMOND, VA (November 5, 2013) – If you think healthcare facility design doesn't factor into patient satisfaction, think again. Baskervill's Vice President of Healthcare, John Michael Currie, FAIA, FRSPH, will present a game-changing panel discussion on design changes in ambulatory care centers at Architecture Exchange East on November 8 in Richmond, Virginia. Currie will be joined by Phillip Gentry, P.E., of Valley Engineering to present "The Catalyst for Change: Ambulatory Facility Design in a Reforming Health System."
RICHMOND, VA (October 22, 2013) – Baskervill is excited to announce Erin Clapp, healthcare project designer, was recently selected for a Herman Miller Healthcare Scholarship. The program, sponsored by the American Institute of Architects for Health (AAH) and Herman Miller Healthcare, supports interns and young architects. Erin was chosen from a pool of highly qualified national candidates in a qualifications-based selection process for her healthcare design experience and commitment to a future in healthcare architecture.