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William Foucher Resume & Brochure 2009.07


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William Foucher Resume & Brochure 2009.07

  1. 1. WILLIAM A. FOUCHER, AIA Health Facilities Design Consultant Education Princeton University - Bachelor of Arts (Architecture and Urban Planning) University of Utah - Master of Architecture Registration Registered Architect, Massachusetts - NCARB Certified Professional Organizations American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Academy of Architecture for Health - Boston Society of Architects, Healthcare Facilities Committee American Hospital Association (AHA) - American Society for Healthcare Engineering Background Mr. Foucher is a specialist in the programming, planning and design of health facilities with 27 of his 32 years of architectural experience involved in all phases of health facility design and construction. Before establishing his own consulting practice in February of 1997, Mr. Foucher was employed as vice president of Healthcare Planning Consultants, Inc., Boston, a subsidiary of Anshen + Allen Architects, San Francisco. Prior to joining Healthcare Planning Consultants, Inc., Mr. Foucher served as a programming and planning specialist at the Boston architectural firms of TRO/The Ritchie Organization, and Tsoi/Kobus Associates. Of special note, Mr. Foucher has had a continued focus on the planning and design of Academic Medical Centers, with extended engagements as programmer, planner and design consultant on numerous projects at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Medical Center, New England Baptist Hospital, Magee-Women’s Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, University of Maryland Medical Center, McGill University Medical Centre, and others. UK Experience Mr. Foucher has consulted on four large Private Finance Initiative (PFI) hospital redevelopments in England: on one, serving as advisor to the Swindon and Marlborough NHS Trust (600 bed replacement hospital) as programming consultant, and on the others (Norfolk and Norwich NHS Trust (900 bed replacement hospital), the Manchester Royal Infirmary (900 bed redevelopment on existing site), and the University of Birmingham Hospital Trust (1200 bed replacement hospital)) as hospital planning and design consultant to Anshen + Allen Architects, London, designers for the respective design/build consortia. See reverse side for project experience. Resume: William Foucher, AIA (July 2009) Page 1
  2. 2. Partial List of Projects Massachusetts General Hospital – Boston, Massachusetts (1999 – 2007) Functional & space programming of numerous services in support of the MGH master plan. New England Baptist Hospital – Boston, Massachusetts5. (2004 - 2008) Programming, Planning and Design of an 18 OR surgery suite and other renovations. Boston Medical Center – Boston, Massachusetts5. (2005 - 2008) Programming and master planning of the post-Moakley Building renovations chain. Lead planner of 6 tenant floors of the 250,000 sf New Ambulatory Building Planner/Designer of a 3 room Electrophysiology Lab including one Stereotaxis magnet guided room. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital – Philadelphia, PA.5. Gibbon Inpatient Building upgrade master plan. Programmer, planner, designer – 34 bed Gibbon 4th floor intensive care unit. University of Birmingham Hospital Trust – Birmingham, England1c. Medical space planning of a 1200 bed acute care hospital PFI consortium submission. McGill University Medical Centre – Montreal, Canada6. Development of room design criteria for the consolidation of 5 McGill University hospitals. Manchester Royal Infirmary – Manchester, England1c. Medical space planning of a major PFI consortium submission. Norfolk & Norwich NHS Trust - Norwich, England1c. Lead Planner for Design Development for 1/3 of the 800 bed Norfolk & Norwich Replacement Hospital (1998).Programming and scope determination for consortium design submission (1995). Fitaihi Medical Center – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia7. Lead planner of a 200 bed private hospital with diabetes specialty focus. New Hospital Tal Qroqq – Republic of Malta1c. Clinical volume analysis and space program for Master Plan. University of Maryland Medical System - Baltimore, Maryland1b. Programmer, and Planner for the UMMS Phase III Masterplan redevelopment project. Princess Margaret Hospital - Swindon, England1c. Programming and scope determination for the Swindon and Marlborough NHS Trust - major redevelopment of a district hospital involved in the NHS Private Financing Initiative. Evaluation of consortia design proposals for selection. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Florida - Fort Lauderdale, Florida1. Analysis of existing and proposed space utilization and 4 Year Space Need Plan Brigham and Women’s Hospital - Boston, Massachusetts3. Lead planner and programmer of the new 185,000 sf Center for Women and Newborns. Programming, planning, design, project management, and construction supervision of numerous renovations throughout the facility including a 3 unit CT scanner suite, Mammography Suite, Surgical Suite Expansion, Antenatal Diagnostics Center, et al. Magee-Womens Hospital - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania3. Lead planner of a large ambulatory care center with surgical suit, and labor and delivery suite. Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston, Massachusetts3. Programmer of a 3-gantry proton accelerator cancer therapy center. (2nd such facility in the US) Lehigh Valley Hospital - Allentown, Pa.3. 1. w/HPC Programmer and planner of ambulatory surgery suite. 1b. w/HPC/Anshen+Allen MetroHealth Medical Center - Cleveland, Ohio5. 1c. Consultant to Anshen + Allen - London Programmer and schematic design planner of a 20 O.R.. perioperative suite. 1d. w/HPC/TRO Birmingham St. Vincent’s Hospital - Birmingham, Alabama 2. w/TRO/The Ritchie Organization Programmer of a new Women and Children’s addition,1995 2.. 3. w/ Tsoi/Kobus & Associates 1d. Master Facility Plan, 1997 4. w/Clifford Douglas Stewart Associates Queens Medical Center - Honolulu, Hawaii4. 5 Consultant to Tsoi / Kobus & Associates Master Plan 6 Consultant to Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbot and Kurt Saloman Associates Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital - Albany, Georgia2. 7 Consultant to Steffian Bradley Associates Master Plan Resume: William Foucher, AIA (July 2009) Page 2
  3. 3. WILLIAM A. FOUCHER, AIA SELECT EXAMPLES OF RECENT PROJECTS Health Facilities Design Consultant Boston Medical Center —Boston Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center Lead planner through program finalization and sche- matic design of 6 ambulatory care floors with 11 clinical departments (120,000 sq. ft) of the new Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center. Currently under construction. Consultant to Tsoi/Kobus and Associates, Architect Thomas Jefferson University Hospital—Philadelphia Gibbon Building Intensive Care Unit Renovation Lead programmer and planner through programming, schematic design, and design development of a 34 bed intensive care unit renovation developed to maxi- mally utilize the existing floorplate of the Gibbon Inpatient Services Building. Currently under construction. Consultant to Tsoi/Kobus and Associates, Architect
  4. 4. WILLIAM A. FOUCHER, AIA SELECT EXAMPLES OF RECENT PROJECTS Health Facilities Design Consultant New England Baptist Hospital —Boston Pre‐operative Holding and Recovery Suites Lead programmer and planner through programming, schematic design, and design development of a diffi- cultly phased 42 bed pre-operative holding and re- covery suite, main lobby, patient access center, and patient and family amenity areas. Completed 2008. Consultant to Tsoi/Kobus and Associates, Architect Massachusetts General Hospital—Boston “Backfill Renovations” Master Plan 2003—2007 Programming and feasibility planning of a 40+ de- partment space shuffle across the MGH main campus to vacate the Clinics and VBH buildings and free a tight urban site for new inpatient expansion.