Aug 16, 2017, 12:39 ET
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, welcomes Scott Kreitlein as senior laboratory planner. Scott's experience will contribute to the ongoing development of BSA LifeStructures' discovery market, the term the firm uses to describe research facility projects.
Scott brings to BSA LifeStructures 25 years of experience in lab design and planning and a recognized expertise in animal holding and biocontainment facilities. His portfolio and experience at Tulane University underscore his depth of knowledge and his experience helping to create some of the most complex science- and technology-related facilities in the world.
"Scott's expertise and understanding of the marketplace and emerging trends will be great resource for our clients," said BSA LifeStructures President Melissa Davis. "In the coming months, he will work with team leaders in each of our offices to set a strategy for delivering discovery services in their regions and developing that area of our business."
Scott's passion for sustainable design is apparent through his innovative approaches and his participation in the local chapter of the International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories (I2SL) in Phoenix as current board member and past vice president.
"I look forward to leading an integrated team of planners, designers, architects and engineers toward designs that encourage collaboration, inspire innovation and maximize performance," said Scott. "With BSA LifeStructures, I know I'll be able to continue to maintain close working relationships with clients and address their programmatic needs and requirements in ways that truly deliver value."
Scott holds a bachelor's degree with an emphasis in graphic design from Brigham Young University and a master's in architecture from the University of Utah.
Founded in Indianapolis in 1975, BSA LifeStructures focuses on architecture, engineering, interior design and planning services for facilities that support and enhance healing, learning and discovery – what the firm describes as lifestructures – BSA LifeStructures has designed facilities for some of the nation's top healthcare, higher education and research institutions. Learn more at www.bsalifestructures.com.
Lauren Pachacz, Public Relations Manager, BSA LifeStructures
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