AIA, ACHA, EDAC, NCARB
It is our job to be curious and to listen as we are not the holders of the perfect solution. It is the end users and how they plan to work and deliver care in their space that we as architects will enhance through design.
Kyle brings nearly two decades of experience in planning, master planning, and programming healthcare construction projects across the globe. His expertise has been honed through working closely with clinicians and clients in the United States, Denmark, and Canada.
Kyle’s involvement in the healthcare design community is far-reaching, including serving on the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z8000 Ambulatory Care/Procedures working group and as chair of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) Continuing Competency Committee. Additionally, Kyle is the technical lead architect for the World Health Organization’s (WHO) and World Food Programme’s (WFP) INITIATE2 project, demonstrating his commitment to innovative healthcare solutions on a global scale.
Past speaking engagements
2023 5-day prototype testing of the first IDTM at the United Nations Humanitarian Relief Depot in Brindisi, Italy; participated as the IFHE Technical Lead architect
2021 Healthcare Design’s series Take 5, “Net-zero Future, New Project Delivery Models, and Healthcare’s role in Indigenous Reconciliation”
2022 Healthcare Design Conference, San Antonio, “Red Fish Healing Centre for Mental Health and Addictions in Coquitlam, British Columbia”
2017 European Healthcare Design Conference, London, UK, “New Hospital Bispebjerg project in Copenhagen, Denmark”
2016 European Healthcare Design Conference, Houston, “New Hospital Bispebjerg project in Copenhagen, Denmark”