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Michael St. Clair joins FKP leadership team as part of Dallas office reorganization
DALLAS, TX – As part of a planned reorganization in the Dallas office, FKP Architects continues to add staff at the executive level. In conjunction with the recent hire of Holly Ragan as Managing Principal, Michael St. Clair returns to FKP as Vice President and Senior Planner. He worked with Holly in facilities planning and design at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In his new role at FKP, he will work closely with Holly to ensure quality healthcare facility design and planning services for clients in north Texas.
Michael brings 18 years of industry knowledge to the team. His accomplishments include serving two years as the Senior Architect for UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. In this role, he was responsible for planning, overseeing construction documents and construction administration of a new outpatient clinic and academic office expansions and renovations. He managed relations with clinical user groups, while achieving the financial goals for the system. Michael worked closely with Holly Ragan on these projects.
Holly commented “I am delighted to continue the synergy Michael and I developed working together. We successfully delivered significant healthcare projects as a team – in large part due to Michael’s passion for partnering with healthcare professionals to develop healing environments and healthy communities. We continually push each other to be the best architects we can be on behalf of all the users our projects ultimately touch.”
Prior to his experience at UTSW, Michael served as Senior Associate and Project Planner for FKP.
Diane Osan, Chief Visionary Officer for FKP, added “It is not every day that we hire two professionals so closely linked as an experienced team. We are honored that Michael and Holly have returned to FKP to extend their careers into their leadership years. I look forward to seeing the results of their teamwork.”
Michael’s project experience includes multiple projects for Cook Children’s Medical Center, Children’s Health Children’s Medical Center Plano, and Children’s Health Children’s Medical Center Dallas. He has a broad background in healthcare with a developed focus in pediatric facilities. His portfolio includes completed work throughout six U.S. states with a heavy concentration in Texas.
About FKP Architects
FKP Architects delivers more than architecture in the healthcare, research, and education market sectors. The firm engages its promise of Transforming business by design® across all core services of architecture, interior design, equipment planning, and operational consulting. FKP clients include top-tier pediatric healthcare institutions, community and academic medical campuses, and life science and higher education institutions. Recent representative projects include Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands Campus in The Woodlands, TX; JPS Health Network Medical Home in Arlington, TX; Nemours Foundation Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, DE; and The University of Texas Medical Branch Education Center Programming, Galveston, TX. For more information, visit www.fkp.com.