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LEO A DALY’s Gunner Riggert Selected as a Health Facility Institute Fellow

The FHFI designation highlights professional skill and competence

Gunner Riggert, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, LEED AP BD+C, received a fellow designation from the Health Facility Institute at the Health Facilities Symposium in April.

The FHFI designation is the highest level of individual affiliation for the Health Facility Institute. It reflects the professional skill and competence gained through education, training, experience and demonstrated accomplishments at least nine areas of expertise.

Riggert, a LEO A DALY senior associate and senior project manager, has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare planning and architecture. Based in the Omaha studio, he has led many major LEO A DALY healthcare projects, including most recently large, multifaceted federal health projects for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by, and associated with, other healthcare design professionals involved in HFI,” Riggert said. “Although working on federal healthcare projects is often complex and challenging, they are also the most rewarding.  It’s inspiring knowing our work has such a positive impact in the lives of our active military, our nation’s Veterans, their families, and caregivers.”

“Gunner’s commitment to excellence, passion and technical expertise have elevated many of our private and federal healthcare facilities in the past two decades,” said Joshua Theodore, LEO A DALY global health practice leader. “This is a well-deserved recognition of all his contributions to the industry.”