Marsha Whitt

I have a Bachelor of Interior Design from Louisiana State University and a Master in Interior Architecture from the University of Oregon. I have almost 20 years of experience in the planning, design and management of healthcare projects and place special emphasis on team building and providing continuity from project onset to building occupancy. I have facilitated projects from $200k to $500 million in construction value, and I work directly with senior hospital staff to ensure that their organization’s values, business goals and project expectations are achieved.
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Using an Overbuild Approach to Increase Capacity and Capability

Posted by Marsha Whitt on May 14, 2019

Overcrowding and constrained capacity are common problems facing our healthcare clients. When we're engaged to overcome these hurdles, Array's Lean, process-led approach helps us find the most.....READ MORE

Topics: overbuild, Healthcare Architecture, robert wood johnson

A Deeper Look at Robert Wood Johnson's Ambulatory Building Expansion

Posted by Marsha Whitt on Feb 06, 2019

How do healthcare facilities managers ensure optimal patient flow, prevent overcrowding and set the stage for continued service line expansion? Renovation and expansion are critical tools in.....READ MORE

Topics: ASC expansion, New Jersey Healthcare Architects, robert wood johnson, ambulatory building design

Henry J. Carter - A Case Study in Project Cost and Schedule

Posted by Marsha Whitt on Aug 25, 2015

For more information about the Henry J. Carter project, see an extended interview and feature by Jenny Ivy of Healthcare Construction + Operations

On July 2, 2010, New York City Mayor, Michael.....READ MORE

Topics: Continuous Improvement, Cost Reduction Strategies, Collocation, Adaptability

Stretching Your Capital Dollars

Posted by Marsha Whitt on Jun 14, 2012

In this new economy, hospitals are looking to new ways to make their capital dollars go further. The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) helps hospitals access affordable financing for capital.....READ MORE

Topics: FHA, Architecture, Specialty Architecture, Healthcare Design, renovation, OHF, hospitals, Architects, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare, Advisory Services