Andy, a licensed architect and attorney, has 27 years of expertise as a healthcare facility planner. Throughout his career, he has collaborated with diverse clientele, including academic medical centers, healthcare systems, community hospitals and multidisciplinary physician practice groups. His extensive skill set encompasses campus planning, market assessments, service line volume projections, service line capacity analysis, operational process mapping, functional space programming, architectural facility analysis and facility master planning.

In recent times, Andy has dedicated his efforts to crafting consistent facility planning guidelines tailored for large institutions and healthcare systems. These guidelines serve as a crucial tool in determining Key Planning Units (KPUs), such as beds, operating rooms (ORs), clinic exam rooms, and imaging modalities. This determination is grounded in strategic plans, historical volumes and market analysis.

Andy is a member of the American Institute of Architects, Tennessee Bar Association and The Green Building Initiative. He is also Emergency Medical Services (EMS) certified by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT).