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April 01, 2008
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (April 2008) – Russell J. Healey, PE, LEED AP joins the Phoenix, Arizona office of nationally-recognized architecture/engineering firm Westlake Reed Leskosky.
The appointment enhances the firm's integrated capabilities in healthcare engineering with leadership talent. Mr. Healey brings considerable abilities in mechanical engineering to deepen Westlake Reed Leskosky's specialty practice in healthcare, including overseeing and expediting a wide range of project scopes in all phases of engineering design and construction management.
Most recently Russell has led healthcare and technology engineering practice in the Arizona area, serving as lead engineer for major assignments for hospital campuses and genomics and energy laboratories. With over 24 years professional experience, his highly technical projects include engineering design for hospitals, laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturing and telecommunications switching centers, and commercial and industrial complexes. He has been recognized for his exceptional performance and superior relations with clients, and formerly was owner/operator of an engineering design business enterprise in New Jersey with sustained growth.
Mr. Healey received his Bachelor of Science from Drexel University and is a LEED accredited professional and licensed professional engineer.
About Westlake Reed Leskosky
With offices in Phoenix, Arizona, Washington, DC; and Cleveland, Ohio, Westlake Reed Leskosky (www.WRLdesign.com) bases success and growth on comprehensive architectural design services integrated with highly specialized capabilities including interior design, structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering, LEED™/sustainable design, theatre technical services, acoustical, audio-visual and lighting services, assistance in historic and new markets tax credits, and cultural arts planning.
Widely published, the firm has been recognized with over 200 design awards, including numerous American Institute of Architects chapter awards, several honors from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, General Services Administration Design Award, and the National Endowment for the Arts Federal Design Achievement Award for work with the National Park Service.
Westlake Reed Leskosky established its Phoenix, Arizona office in 1997 with the revitalization of the Orpheum Theatre. Healthcare projects in the southwest have included a new patient tower for Banner Baywood Medical Center in Mesa and Cardio-Vascular expansion for Banner Baywood Heart Hospital in Mesa. Other recent work from the Phoenix office includes award-winning historic preservation and performing arts such as the new Peoria Art Center, renovations to Phoenix Symphony Hall, the James A. Walsh Federal Building and Courthouse for the General Services Administration, and the restoration of the Balboa Theatre in San Diego.