We need to understand the patient experience relative to all of our design moves, big and small," said Tom Hanley, AIA, managing principal in Madison.
, managing principal for BWBR's
Madison office, led a study in 2009 of UW-Stout's residence halls which is guiding the renovation recommendations for McCalmont Hall.
We focus on an organization's goals to create designs that enhance what they do, whether its delivering better health care or creating better environments for learning," said Tom Hanley, AIA, LEED AP, managing principal for BWBR's Madison office.
Growing our footprint in the Upper Midwest, BWBR
recently named Thomas Hanley
, LEED AP, as principal managing our new Madison, Wis., office.
joins our seventh generation of leadership heading the firm in its 90th year.
Hanley recently joined BWBR from Eau Claire, Wis.-based SDS Architects, where as president he partnered with BWBR on several projects over the past decade.
has developed a reputation planning, designing, and managing large, complex projects, including for private, public, and technical colleges such as University of Wisconsin-Stout
and Chippewa Valley Technical College
as well as school campuses and industrial facilities.
is a long-time resident of Wisconsin.
Hanley holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Minnesota.