Nigel Gallaher, AIA, joins TRO JUNG|BRANNEN as a principal in healthcare practice
June 26, 2009 - Boston, MA – TRO Jung|Brannen, a leading international architecture, engineering, interior design and master planning firm, announced that Nigel Gallaher, AIA has joined the firm as Principal.
Mr. Gallaher has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of healthcare planning and design with special emphasis on academic medical centers and children’s hospitals.
Mr. Gallaher has a hands-on approach to client management and he will be actively engaged in serving several of our significant healthcare clients located throughout the New England region. His primary attributes include a demonstrated commitment to client service, and an ability to apply his knowledge and experience to help resolve client challenges.
Previously, Mr. Gallaher was Senior Associate at Shepley Bulfinch for over 25 years, actively leading all aspects of healthcare planning and design. Mr. Gallaher’s New England clients included Massachusetts General Hospital, New England Deaconess Hospital, Lahey Clinic, and Children’s Hospital Boston.
“Nigel’s energy, enthusiasm and wealth of experience will be a tremendous asset to out clients and we are thrilled to have him join our firm,“ said Robert Hoye, CEO of TRO Jung|Brannen.
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TRO Jung|Brannen is an international planning and design firm of nearly 250 professionals with practice areas in commercial, arts & education, healthcare, hospitality & residential, and research. Services include programming/feasibility studies, architecture, planning, interior design, and engineering. Based in Boston, the firm maintains regional offices in Birmingham, AL; Sarasota, FL; and Memphis, TN; as well as international offices in Beijing, China and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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