New York, NY, December 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The architecture firm Francis Cauffman has hired James May as Director of Healthcare in its New York office. May is an expert in planning and design for healthcare and will be an integral part of the team of architects that expertly guides healthcare systems and academic institutions through expansions, facility replacements, new construction, and consolidations.
James Crispino, AIA, president of Francis Cauffman, said, “James May’s experience with major healthcare projects, particularly in the New York metropolitan area, adds a great deal of value to our New York group. I’m pleased to continue Francis Cauffman’s tradition of hiring top talent in all of our practice areas by welcoming James to our office.”
James D. May, III, AIA, LEED AP, with his extensive knowledge of healthcare facilities, has been creating inspiring and award-winning built environments while employing innovative solutions for more than 20 years. May, who comes to Francis Cauffman from Philadelphia’s Granary Associates, Inc., where he was Director of the New York office, has led all aspects of the architectural process, from planning, schematic design, and design documentation to construction documentation and administration. A graduate of Drexel University and Syracuse University, May lectures frequently on planning, design, and sustainable practices in healthcare.
About Francis Cauffman
Francis Cauffman, an award-winning architecture firm with offices in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, has supported its clients since 1954 with innovative architecture, planning, and interior design services. The practice is recognized for being on the leading edge of new investigations in healthcare, academic research and teaching, corporate research, corporate and advanced technology, and government and justice planning and design. Francis Cauffman has a staff of 130 architects, planners, and interior designers and is active in 20 states and 3 countries. Francis Cauffman’s New York clients include Continuum Health Partners, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Lenox Hill Hospital, Mount Sinai, and Columbia University Medical Center.