Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Marcia Musico has joined the firm as a director of business development for the Nashville Healthcare practice. Musico brings more than 25 years of healthcare business development experience in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. She will work with the healthcare team in Nashville to expand the firm’s business through new opportunities and clients.
“Marcia has a proven track record of building meaningful client relationships, which we value highly at GS&P,” commented James W. Bearden, AIA, executive vice president, Gresham, Smith and Partners. “Her experience, energy and deep industry knowledge will help drive smart marketing and business development strategies supporting continued growth for our healthcare practice.”
“I worked with GS&P on various projects during my career and now I’m very excited to be a part of this team,” said Musico. “GS&P is deeply committed to understanding our clients’ business and creating solutions that result in better healthcare outcomes and operational performance. Our pre-design services and Value-Added Design approach help us tackle the unique challenges presented by each of our projects with the same focus on what will really move the needle for the hospitals and the communities they serve. It is personally very rewarding to be part of a team working to determine how we can help them achieve their goals.”
Musico held previous healthcare business development roles at Hunt Construction and TLC Engineering for Architecture. She is actively involved in U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and participates in Women’s Healthcare Executive Network (WHEN), Tennessee Hospital Engineers Associations (THEA), American Society for Healthcare Engineers (ASHE), Texas Association of Healthcare Facility Managers (TAHFM), Florida Hospital Engineers Association (FHEA), and Virginia Society of Hospital Engineers (VSHE).
GS&P’s dedicated Healthcare staff approach each project through the lens of Value-Added Design. Value-Added Design is a dynamic, holistic framework in which teams explore and define what is important to clients with a focus on key performance indicators: patient safety; operational efficiencies; integration of technology; adaptability/resiliency; healthy, sustainable buildings; and human experience through evidence-based design. This approach gives clients the opportunity to assess and prepare for inevitable market shifts.