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Scott is a Principal at Perkins Eastman with 19 years of experience in the design of large-scale projects, urban design, and sport architecture. Scott has designed civic, academic, sport, and city master plan projects throughout the world. This includes some of the most prestigious facilities and sport events, including stadia and arenas for teams in Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League, and the planning and design of Olympic Summer and Winter Games. Scott leads the Sport & Exhibition and co-leads the Urban Planning and Design Practice Areas at Perkins Eastman.

In addition, Scott has written and lectured extensively on the role of ballparks in the American city, and was a Visiting Scholar in the School of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he taught and published on his research of the unbuilt church facades of Andrea Palladio.

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How stakeholders are involved a key factor in the effectiveness of a planningprocess.

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A Principal at Perkins Eastman, Alexa brings specialized knowledge and expertise to the design of technically complex, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, serving as a leader in the firm’s healthcare design practice area. She has played a major role in the evaluation, planning, and design of numerous new and existing medical facilities for many high-profile clients. Large-scale projects under her direction address the issues inherent in the renovation or expansion of continuously operating facilities and consistently help them meet the challenges of advanced technology.

Key to Alexa’s practice is developing excellent working relationships with the administrators and key staff members at renowned healthcare and teaching institutions. Throughout her career, she has focused on effectively satisfying her clients’ needs, incorporating their ideas and working collaboratively to lead each project to a successful conclusion.

Alexa serves on the Health Facilities Committee of the AIA NY Chapter and is a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering, the New York Society for Health Planning, The National Association of Health Services Executives, the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), and the New York Coalition of Black Architects.

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Joseph is a Principal at Perkins Eastman, serving as a senior designer and project manager with a specialization in large-scale residential and mixed-use projects. With particularly extensive experience in housing, Joe’s work has included high-rise apartment buildings, multi-building urban complexes, housing for seniors, and the adaptation of historic buildings. He has done extensive work in New York City with organizations such as the New York City Department of City Planning and the New York City Economic Development Corporation, as well as a number of international agencies.

It involves more than simply extrapolating pasttrends (called “predict and provide” planning).
federally-mandatedmetropolitan-scale planning, based on surveys of agency staff.

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Steve is a Principal at Perkins Eastman and a recognized industry leader in the design, programming, and planning of major institutional and corporate buildings. Steve’s extensive portfolio of work has focused on academia, science, technology, and healthcare, and his involvement in this wide range of projects has included directing them through the programming, master planning, planning, and design phases. Within a comprehensive spectrum of science and education projects, Steve has developed specific experience in the areas of design for academic research and teaching, biotechnology, pharmaceutical science, ambulatory and acute care, continuing care, and fitness facilities.

Steve has worked with numerous high-profile academic institutions such as Cornell, Columbia, and Duke on complex program-driven buildings and master plans, and the depth of industry experience that he brings make him a resource across many of the firm’s practice areas. Steve’s work has received Excellence in Design Awards from multiple chapters of the AIA, and he is a recipient of the prestigious Matthew del Guadio Design Award for Excellence in Architecture from New York State.

City and Regional Planning, M.S

Jason is a principal and a member of the Board of Directors of Perkins Eastman, and the managing principal of the Los Angeles office. Prior to the merger with Perkins Eastman, Jason was a partner of LBL Architects, consistently ranked among the top healthcare design firms in California. Jason has dedicated his career primarily to the design and management of large-scale projects for some of the most complex building types. His attention to design and technical knowledge have created innovative environments for healthcare, education, and other institutional projects. He speaks nationally as an expert on a variety of architectural design topics.

With 24 years of professional experience, Jason’s interest is in the development of innovative and creative architectural solutions. He is knowledgeable of all aspects of planning, design, and project delivery. Having completed the planning, design and construction of more than 2.5M sf of healthcare and institutional projects, he continues to develop innovative architectural solutions for his clients focusing on their core needs and vision.

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Joe offers more than 25 years of experience in planning, architecture, and interior design, almost exclusively dedicated to improving the lives of seniors. An industry expert, he has served as a speaker and educator on master planning, architecture, and interior design at a variety of national forums, including LeadingAge and several of its local chapters, as well as at the International Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (IAHSA). Joe was a contributing author to the Wiley textbook, Building Type Basics for Senior Living, and has been a product designer and advisor to industry/manufacturer representatives. He has co-taught design classes at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Harrington College of Design, and Drexel University.

Joe is a professional member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ); a past advisory board member of the University of North Texas’ Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services (CLAS); an associate member of the American Institute of Architects; and a member of LeadingAge. Joe’s design work has been honored with awards from the senior living industry’s most respected programs – AIA/LeadingAge Design for Aging Review and Environments for Aging, along with National Association of Home Builders.