ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EYP, a leading healthcare architecture and engineering firm, today announced that it has appointed Kimberly Stanley, AIA, NCARB, to the role of Healthcare Sector Leader. Stanley will be responsible for leading EYP's healthcare design efforts, winning new projects, and continuing to expand the firm's healthcare expertise nationwide.
Stanley brings more than 25 years of award-winning architectural design and project management experience to her role. She formerly served as president of Stanley Beaman & Sears (SBS) before joining forces with EYP in 2016. She has worked with teams to deliver exceptional architectural designs for Augusta University, Emory University Winship Cancer Research Institute, University of Virginia Medical Center, University of Chicago Hospitals, Medical University of South Carolina, University of Georgia, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, WellStar Health System, and many others.
"Kimberly’s vision and expertise make her the right person to lead our growing healthcare practice," said Scott Butler, CEO and Principal at EYP. "She has been directly responsible for bringing high-profile projects to the firm like the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, which is the largest healthcare project in Georgia’s history. She also recently secured an opportunity to design a brand-new children’s hospital campus for Intermountain Healthcare, which is the largest provider in the Intermountain West region. We’re thrilled to have Kimberly lead our healthcare team."
Stanley has long been a proponent of bringing together people with diverse backgrounds to create pioneering design solutions that blend artful interiors, leading-edge technology and exceptional functionality to create high-performance buildings that deliver outstanding value for healthcare clients. She has been instrumental in designing innovative experiential solutions, including the first-ever "Imagine Room" at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital that incorporates interactive screens that curve into the ceiling allowing children to enjoy virtual experiences like soaring through space, flying above trees, or swimming with fish.
"Designing healthcare facilities, particularly for women and children’s health, has long been my passion," stated Stanley. "We're continually looking for ways to provide our current and prospective clients with designs that help them achieve their goals to provide world-class healthcare."
EYP is the leading architecture and engineering firm developing new ideas and design solutions with mission-driven clients in higher education, government, healthcare, and science & technology. Our interdisciplinary Total Impact Design™ approach empowers clients with buildings that profoundly impact human behavior and performance as well as energy and the environment. Dedicated to People, Purpose, and Planet, EYP design liberates human potential to transform performance; actively helps clients advance their mission; and maximizes available resources to advance sustainability. Inspired by our clients, design is how we make a positive impact on the world. www.eypae.com