MorrisSwitzer — Environments for Health announces promotions of new partners Jennifer Arbuckle, Jason Carney, Thomas Morris, and Dale Taglienti
“MorrisSwitzer believes in recognizing talent and promoting from within the organization,” says Dan Morris, managing partner, in a press release. “We recognize the contribution by Jennifer, Jason, Thomas, and Dale. They have had a positive effect on projects, our clients, and for MSEFH overall. We applaud their appointment to partner and their continued professional growth.”
Jennifer Arbuckle, AIA, LEED AP, brings more than 20 years of architecture expertise within the healthcare field. Jennifer is a registered architect and a LEED-accredited professional. Jennifer has worked extensively on projects in New York. Most recently, Jennifer completed the renovation and addition of Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, N.Y. Jennifer graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Architecture and joined MSEFH in 1996. A native of Vermont, Jennifer resides in North Ferrisburgh, Vt.
Jason Carney is a project manager as well as head of technology at MorrisSwitzer. Jason has a strong working knowledge of advanced design software and applications, working with several clients to build and maintain tailored facility databases. With more than 15 years of experience in healthcare, he brings depth and leadership to his current projects at Eastern Maine Medical Center and Fletcher Allen Health Care. He is a graduate of Norwich University. Before joining MSEFH in 2001, Jason began his career in healthcare design at CannonDesign. A native of Vermont, Jason currently resides in Williston, Vt.
Thomas Morris is MorrisSwitzer’s manager of building technology and oversees all of MorrisSwitzer’s technical staff responsible for construction documents. Thomas brings more than 20 years of healthcare design experience. He currently works on Cohen Children’s Medical Center, New Hyde Park, N.Y., managing the addition of a 132,000SF Emergency Department and Bed Tower. Thomas graduated from West Virginia State University in architecture with an emphasis in building sciences. Prior to joining MSEFH in 2001, Thomas began his career at Fluor Daniels Global Engineering Construction Co. as a project architect. Thomas resides in Jeffersonville, Vt.
Dale Taglienti, LEED AP, is managing partner of the Boston office. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare design field. His ability to manage the architectural process from planning to construction allows for effective communication and follow-through. Dale is involved in the master plan of Lawrence General Hospital and various projects at Beverly Hospital, Beverly, Mass. Prior to joining MorrisSwitzer in 2007, he was an associate with TRO Jung | Brannen. Dale is a graduate of the Boston Architectural Center. Dale resides in Hingham, Mass.
MorrisSwitzer — Environments for Health is an architecture firm committed solely to the planning and design of healthcare facilities. Based in Williston, Vt., with integrated offices in Boston, Mass., and Portland, Maine, the firm has numerous small- to large-scale projects within community practices, teaching hospitals and major medical centers. Please visit the firm’s website at www.morrisswitzer.com