Project Executive Mark Maturo Grows Gresham Smith’s Healthcare Presence in Florida

April 28, 2020

Gresham Smith announces that Mark Maturo, AIA, has rejoined the firm as a project executive in the firm’s Healthcare studio. He brings 25 years of experience planning and designing a variety of healthcare projects, including inpatient and outpatient medical facilities of all specialties and sizes. Maturo will use his experience to continue enhancing the quality of healthcare services Gresham Smith offers to clients and growing the firm’s portfolio in central Florida.

“Mark is deeply knowledgeable about the challenges and opportunities in the healthcare industry, and he understands the unique planning challenges confronting our Florida healthcare clients,” commented Jim Langlois, Executive Vice President of Healthcare at Gresham Smith. “He has a track record of focusing on the client’s business objectives and leading design teams to solve complex facility requirements. He’s a team player and collaborates with the healthcare community and stakeholders to skillfully guide the design process. We are very happy to welcome him back to Gresham Smith.”

Maturo previously served as a senior architect and designer for Gresham Smith, using his understanding of economic forces and regional and national healthcare trends to transform clients’ core principles and budgets into successful design solutions. Prior to rejoining the firm, he led the healthcare group for a Central Florida design firm.

“I’m excited to rejoin Gresham Smith and look forward to collaborating with our deeply talented teams across the country. With my ever-growing knowledge of Florida’s evolving healthcare landscape, dedication to designs that enhance communities, and focus on the patient and visitor experience, I look forward to bringing value-added design solutions to our clients that are as functional, efficient and responsible as they are beautiful,” said Maturo. “Our truly integrated approach blends technical detail with clear design vision through collaboration, leveraging our talent from across the firm to offer the best possible service for our clients.”

As an industry advocate, Maturo is an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and serves on the AIA Orlando Academy of Architecture for Health Committee. He is a graduate of the University of Florida where he earned a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Design. When he’s not working, Maturo is a classic car enthusiast and enjoys showing his 1960 Cadillac Eldorado and 1963 Chevrolet Corvette.