Since joining the firm in 1990, Craig has been involved in the design and construction of various new and expanded/renovated medical facilities in more than 16 states. In his role as Senior Project Manager, he manages all internal and external design team members in the coordination of construction documents, and conducts the owner’s user group meeting process. He also engages construction administration team members to follow the progress of construction, and assists with bringing clarity to the design intent of construction documents.

An EDAC-accredited professional, Craig believes in providing design solutions that “respond to the functional needs of the owner/user, and also raise awareness about considerations that will bring long-term benefits to a facility’s patients, employees and guests.”

Craig is inspired to come to work each day by the opportunity to impact the patient’s experience, family caregivers and the staff of the facilities we create. He is also passionate about helping to inspire design team members in their own professional growth and development. When not in the office or traveling for work, Craig enjoys various church-related community projects, song writing and playing in his church’s praise band. Craig earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Tennessee in 1985.