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Nic Husbands

Being a Project Architect with Array means I advocate for our healthcare clients. My recent focus has been on ambulatory projects and I find it rewarding to infuse them with hospitality structure and feel – inviting the community to a healthful place.

Recent Posts

Improving Senior Design at The Center for Successful Aging

Posted by Nic Husbands on Oct 12, 2016 at 7:33 AM

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital is located in an area of Baltimore with an increasing number of baby boomer age residents. Patients approaching retirement or already retired have become the majority of emergency department visits and referrals for the Hospital. The Center for Successful Aging recently opened to assist this age group and their families/caregivers by providing one location to coordinate both primary and specialty care, providing a medical home for optimal coordinated care. 

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Topics: talk room, health and wellness

Strategies in Successfully Earning Your Architectural Registration License

Posted by Nic Husbands on Mar 17, 2014 at 5:29 PM

You can always find a reason to delay licensure but ultimately it is just an excuse.

Becoming a licensed architect is a lengthy process, and a road often plagued with many twists and turns– a few of mine include changing jobs, changing professions, IDP requirements, moving across the country, and over-studying.

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Topics: Licensure, architecture, Nicholas Husbands, ARE, RA, exam, AIA, continuous improvement