For our partner spotlight this quarter, we wanted to speak with Barbara Huelat about her career, inspirations, and the impact of design on wellness. Barbara was kind enough to sit down with us and share her experiences and thoughts. We’re excited to share what she had to say with you below! First, we asked Barbara […]
We just discovered that Amanda Claire Seligman, otherwise known as ACE in the Huelat Davis office is now a licensed architect! This is awesome news and brings a further depth of architectural know-how in our Alexandria office!
Check out the recent article in Marion Times that talks about the upcoming Huelat Davis project “The Views” in Marion, Iowa. “Groundbreaking for The Views Senior Living of Marion complex is expected soon at 720 Oakbrook Drive in south Marion. The project is unique in that it features the WELL concept of building and is […]
Our office is growing in a spectacular way. Brian Champa, whom many of you have worked with, has been promoted to the position of Associate! His experience and exceptional leadership skills have been recognized by peers and clients to the degree he has elevated Huelat Davis Healing Design to a new level. In addition, we […]
By Barbara Huelat, FASID, EDAC, AAHID Have you heard about the WELL Building Certification? No? Well, that’s not surprising because the WELL Building Certification is a newly launched accreditation program shaped by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI). The WELL Building Institute (WBI) is a public interest corporation whose mission is to improve human health and […]
Healthcare Magazine did an amazing 4-page piece on Huelat Davis’ recent project Merrifield Center which combines 13 different behavioral health services scattered throughout the county into one comprehensive building. http://bit.ly/22D2jIp This facility is unique in terms that it’s a behavioral health facility and police substation. “If there’s an incident of a person behaving badly, someone […]
Barbara Huelat and Amy McPherson joined Gapingvoid’s “Patients First” crew after Barbara’s lecture on Healthy Places at The Center for Health Design – Design Insights event last month held in Washington, DC. Check out their quick photo op together. #PatientsFirst http://fliptheclinic.org/flips/patientsfirst/