W. Randolph Cole, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP
Randy Cole is one of approximately 475 board-certified healthcare architects in the United States. The American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) requires its certificate holders to work towards the improvement of healthcare architecture on behalf of the public by practicing in an ethical manner to maintain the highest standards in the specialized field of healthcare architecture. Certification is only obtainable with demonstrable healthcare design experience, strong healthcare references, an examination, and meeting ongoing annual continuing education requirements. Randy was granted ACHA certification in 2007. Randy has 30 years experience in the planning and design of healthcare facilities. He provides functional planning and project management services, and directs all architectural and engineering services. He has designed hospitals, ambulatory surgery and endoscopy centers, imaging facilities, ambulatory care centers, cancer centers, rehabilitation facilities, group practice facilities, and medical office suites for most clinical specialties. In addition, Randy has provided project management and design consulting services to hospitals and medical group practices. Randy earned his architectural degrees from the Georgia Institute of Technology and N.C. State University.
David J. Phillips, CHC, LEED AP
David Phillips is a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC), the highest credential issued by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and the American Hospital Association (AHA) to those construction professionals who understand the critical issues, topics and processes for healthcare construction. He has been managing the construction of healthcare projects for over 25 years. During this time, he has constructed projects ranging in size from $1 million to over $300 million, which have included cancer centers, heart centers, surgery centers, imaging centers, urgent care centers, and emergency departments, to name a few. His projects have ranged from new construction, to renovations, to complex phased additions. He is a LEED-accredited professional, versed in all areas of sustainable construction practices and carries OSHA 10-hour safety training. He studied Civil Engineering at the University of Connecticut.