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 Knightstown Architect Doug Abrams Earns Healthcare Design Certification

September 12, 2007 - Knightstown resident Doug Abrams, an architect with BSA LifeStructures, has been elected to the American College of Healthcare Architects.

An associate principal architect with BSA, which has offices in Indianapolis and Chicago, Abrams has more than 23 years of experience in the design of commercial, healthcare and higher education facilities, and specializes in the design of cancer centers. He was one of four BSA architects who recently obtained the ACHA's designation of being board certified in healthcare architecture, bringing the total number of architects at the firm with this certification to 10.

Abrams and the other three BSA architects completed the ACHA's process, including the required exam, this summer. The certification acknowledges their expertise in the complex design issues required of healthcare architects.

"This is an impressive accomplishment not only for these individual architects, but for the entire firm," BSA President Sam Reed said in a press release issued Monday. "Completing the American College of Healthcare Architects' rigorous certification process shows the highest level of dedication toward the advancement of healthcare design."

In 2006, Abrams was named to Healthcare Design magazine's "20 Who are Making a Difference." His work on the Benesse Oncology Center at Major Hospital in Shelbyville was featured in Healthcare Design's Architectural Showcase and has received several awards, including a Citation Award in the 2005 AIA Indiana Annual Design Honor Awards and an Award of Merit in Healthcare and Medical Research for Midwest Construction's Best of 2005 awards.

 

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