Huelat Davis Healing Design and Davis Partnership Architects have joined forces to provide comprehensive integrated design services that will better serve our clients and the complex needs of our growing healthcare community. Over the past four years our firms found we continue to share core values and we are stronger together.
“Together we are driven
To create places that inspire,
Elevating the joy and dignity
Of the human experience.”
You can expect to see our expanded services in areas of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design and Master Planning. Also, access to in-house specialists in Lighting Design, Wayfinding, Branding and Experiential Designs, 3D Design Visualization, FF&E Selection and Procurement LEAN Process Facilitation, Evidence Based Design, LEED/Sustainable Design, Well Building Design, Planetree, and most importantly access to a staff large enough to handle any size or type of project.
Our boutique mission and core values of Huelat Davis Healing Design will remain in place and you will continue to specifically work with the same quality people, commitment to your needs and our solid but visionary approach to healthcare design.
Gary Adams, AIA Healthcare Principal, will continue to act as Principal in Charge and Managing Principal with visionary healthcare leadership. Barbara Huelat, FASID will continue as Interior Design Principal and lead with an integrated design approach. Brian Champa, Associate and Senior Healthcare Architect will continue to lead projects from concepts through design and construction from the Alexandria office. Our Alexandria based staff of Ariel, Amanda, (ACE) and Gwen will continue to provide their dedicated design services to our Clients. We will continue to embrace your small projects as well as your large, your everyday needs as well as your exceptional dreams. We will continue to work to solve your design and construction challenges. This is what gives us joy in what we do best.
We look forward to a long and continued relationship with you and our newly merged Davis Partnership Architects.