Raleigh, NC, October 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Lou Jurkowski, CEO at BJAC, pa (www.bjac.com), an architectural firm offering professional services for specialized, complex institutional projects, has announced that Tan Zheng has been hired as the new healthcare architectural intern. In this role, Zheng will be responsible for producing architectural documentation and renderings, as well as assisting senior architects with the planning and designing of medical facilities. Zheng recently received a Master of Architecture with a Certificate in Health Systems & Design from Texas A&M University, and through numerous assistantships has had the opportunity to gain valuable experience in healthcare design.
“We are so pleased to welcome Tan as the newest edition to our team at BJAC,” said Jurkowski. “Tan has already demonstrated his strong potential through a number of architectural internships and recognitions.”
- Zheng was a awarded the 2008 Design for Aging Scholarships as well as the 2008 Herman Miller Traveling Fellowship, both by the Center for Health System & Design at Texas A&M.
- Zheng’s past experience in the healthcare design sector include assistantships with graduate professors and internships at the HOK Houston Office Healthcare Group and the Beijing Residence & Architecture Design, Inc. in China.
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Architectural firm BJAC, pa, offers professional services for specialized, complex institutional projects. The firm provides design expertise to healthcare, K-20 education, research, museum and municipal clients, along with a broad range of in-depth services, including architectural design, pre-design, programming, design, master planning, interior design, construction management, contract administration and design build. Established in 1994 by CEO and Managing Principal Lou Jurkowski, BJAC is one of the largest woman-owned architectural design firms in the Southeast, with offices in Raleigh and Charlotte. For more information, please call BJAC at (919) 833-8818 or visit www.bjac.com.
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