- Category: Healthcare
Lean planning and design principles were utilized to produce consensus-driven outcomes for two healthcare projects serving Chicagos south side community: a medical office building and level 1 adult emergency department. This course will explore how stakeholder input can be maximized while establishing effective operational strategies. Attendees will learn how to derive quantifiable outcomes by applying lean principles in order to address the challenges associated with multidisciplinary project environments for an often-underserved patient population.
Wednesday, December 11
Noon - 1 p.m.
Registration free, lunch options available
Earn 1.0 LU|HSW
300 Spruce St #300
Columbus, OH 43215
Speaker: Roderic Walton, AIA
Roderic has 25 years of experience in architecture, and has practiced in both Ohio and Illinois. The majority his portfolio is focused on healthcare projects.
Roderic specializes in integrating the needs of providers, patients and clinicians; translating those needs into highly functional clinical environments. He excels in managing the specialized needs of healthcare clients and the communities they serve, with particular focus on those in under-served and disadvantaged areas in the south side of Chicago, Illinois.
Roderic's approach to practice aligns organizational strategy with structured processes. The goal of synergizing these design drivers is always paramount all phases of construction, from initial planning and programming, to contract document production, and throughout contract administration.
Roderic holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and actively participates in both local and national organizations including NOMA, ACHA and AIA.
He is currently an Associate Principal at Moody Nolan Architects, as well as a 2019 co-chair for the AIA Chicago Healthcare Knowledge Community.