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Rebecca Davis, AIA, leads Dallas healthcare team

The 20-year healthcare design veteran has expertise in behavioral health, oncology and support services

LEO A DALY is pleased to announce that Rebecca Davis, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, NCARB, has been hired as principal, market sector leader – healthcare in the Dallas studio. In this role she leads our healthcare design practice in Texas, leveraging talent across the firm to deliver world-class design services to healthcare clients.

“Rebecca is a relationship builder with a singular dedication to client service. As we expand our healthcare services in Texas, our clients can expect the highest caliber of design, coupled with the reliability of a large firm and thought leaders who specialize in healthcare. Rebecca is the ideal person to lead this effort,” said Joshua Theodore, ACHE, EDAC, vice president and global health practice leader.

During her 20 years as an architect, Davis has dedicated herself to the planning, design and management of healthcare projects, with a passion and expertise in behavioral health spaces, oncology, and support services departments, such as labs and pharmacies. Her portfolio includes more than 6 million SF of facilities located domestically and internationally, ranging from small renovations and community hospitals to specialty medical centers and research facilities.

Davis’ professional experience spans the spectrum of architectural practice, ranging from planning and design to project management, onsite construction administration and quality assurance, business development and client management.

Davis has a M. Arch degree and a bachelor of environmental design from Texas A&M. She is a registered architect in Texas with certifications from the American College of Healthcare Architects, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health.