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Tim Nichols

I knew from an early age that I wanted to be an architect. I had a desire to understand how things were engineered or put together and I loved to draw. As early as high school, I centered my electives around architecture-type classes. I never wanted to be anything else. Throughout my career, I’ve always valued personal relationships and sought opportunities to not only learn and grow myself, but also to help others develop. As the Practice Leader for Architecture with Array, I work to strengthen our project architects through mentoring and giving them the tools they need to grow in their career.
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Recent Posts

'Quality is not a Unidimensional Idea'

Posted by Tim Nichols on Nov 14, 2018

“What sort of quality are we seeking here?” That’s the question marketing hall-of-famer Seth Godin contends is most important when doing work. Where some see quality as meeting specifications,.....READ MORE

Topics: QA Architecture, QC, performance metrics

Patient and Family Experience

Posted by Tim Nichols on Sep 12, 2017

Being a hospital patient can be a stressful and scary experience for both patient and family. The patients find themselves pulled from their comfort zone and can easily feel separated from loved.....READ MORE

Topics: Healthcare Design, patient experience, inpatient