June 1, 2020 – Healthcare architecture and design firm Altus Architectural Studios, Inc. (Altus) announced today that Dwayne Meyer, AIA, NCARB has joined the firm as Senior Project Manager. Meyer brings more than 20 years’ healthcare architectural design experience to this role and will also provide leadership as a member of Altus’ executive team.
Meyer is a familiar face in the region’s healthcare architecture scene and is well known for his ability to translate overall design concepts into cohesive, functional solutions. From small-renovations and facility upgrades to large-scale health care system planning and design, Meyer brings his tenacious approach to “getting the job done right” to every project. His expertise includes medical programming solutions that are designed to complement hospitals’ existing culture and mission while maintaining adherence to the rigorous standards that impact healthcare facility design.
“Dwayne’s extensive experience in healthcare architectural design and planning, along with the many relationships he has forged over the years in this region with project owners and contractors, will certainly benefit our growing team, but also our clients,” said Altus President Loren Lamprecht, AIA, NCARB.
Meyer is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a BS in Architectural Studies. He is a registered architect in Nebraska, Colorado and South Dakota.
About Altus Architectural Studios
Altus Architectural Studios was founded in 2001 with a vision to provide superior architectural planning/design services for the healthcare industry. For more than 20 years, the firm as collaborated with and worked tirelessly for healthcare organizations of all sizes to create thoughtfully designed, functional settings that are both healing and exceptional.
Altus, with offices in Omaha, Nebraska and Denver, Colorado understands the responsibility that comes with creating environments that directly impact patient care and delivery. They proudly embrace the role they have in “helping humanity heal” by enabling healthcare clients to deliver the kind of care patients need and deserve.
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