New SVP Joins GS&P’s Healthcare Practice in Charlotte

Pat Burke Brings Expertise in Programmatically Complex Hospital Projects

December 04, 2017   |   Charlotte,  N.C.   |   People

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Pat Burke, AIA, EDAC, NCARB has joined the firm as a senior vice president in the Charlotte office. Burke brings more than 30 years of healthcare architecture experience. He will provide client and project leadership with a focus on academic medical centers, tertiary care, community hospitals and on the Department of Veterans Affairs. 

Burke has extensive experience with hospital design, particularly imaging, surgery, cardiology, catheterization labs and emergency departments. He will leverage the collegial culture and multi-disciplinary expertise at GS&P to build diverse, energetic teams and drive exceptional results.
 
“Pat approaches projects with rigor and thoughtfulness. He balances the realities of project deadlines with a sense of gravity that results in sound client counsel,” commented David L. King, AIA, NCARB, division vice president, Gresham, Smith and Partners. “He also has a knack for managing complex projects and truly understands healthcare delivery and the Charlotte market. With his leadership skills, focus on client service and market intelligence we are poised to continue adding value for our clients through our design and consulting solutions.”
 
“The idea of service is very important to me. I work hard to earn the trust and confidence of our clients by listening, and responding with solutions that result in their success,” said Burke. “As a long time Charlotte resident, I have witnessed immense change in the city and look forward to combining my experience with change management and complex projects to continue G&SP’s commitment to service.”
 
Burke earned a Bachelor of Design and Master of Architecture from Clemson University. He is a registered architect in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, New York, Tennessee and Virginia.
 
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. 
 

“Pat approaches projects with rigor and thoughtfulness. He balances the realities of project deadlines with a sense of gravity that results in sound client counsel. He also has a knack for managing complex projects and truly understands healthcare delivery and the Charlotte market. With his leadership skills, focus on client service and market intelligence we are poised to continue adding value for our clients through our design and consulting solutions.”

David L. King, AIA, NCARB, division vice president, Gresham, Smith and Partners
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