INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 15 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture, engineering, interiors, and planning firm, has named Melissa Davis as its new president. Davis assumed her new role on Sept. 6, taking over for Keith Smith, the firm's president since 2009.
After graduating from Purdue University with a bachelor degree in environmental design, Davis came to BSA LifeStructures in 1996 as an entry level interior designer. By 2011, Davis had accepted the position of director of interior design.
Throughout the years, Davis has been recognized countless times for her interior work and was awarded a trip to attend Salone del Mobile Milan, a renowned furniture event in Italy, after winning an interior design competition through Kimball Office in early 2016.
"Melissa has a knack for understanding what clients need and envisioning solutions that improve lives," said BSA LifeStructures Board Chairman Kevin Token. "This coupled with her proven leadership abilities make her the right person to lead BSA LifeStructures into its next exciting chapter."
With offices in Atlanta, Austin, Denver, Indianapolis, Kansas City, St. Louis and Raleigh, BSA LifeStructures specializes in architecture, engineering, interior design and planning services for the healing, learning and discovery markets.
About BSA LifeStructures BSA LifeStructures designs facilities that support and enhance healing, learning, living and discovery – facilities that are LifeStructures. BSA LifeStructures collaborates with visionary healthcare, higher education and research clients to deliver inspired solutions that improve lives. Learn more at www.bsalifestructures.com.