Winfrey hired as Health and S&T studio head for SmithGroupJJR Dallas

June 13, 2013 |

SmithGroupJJR, one of the nation’s largest architecture, engineering and planning firms, has hired David Winfrey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, as leader of its  Health and Science & Technology Studio at its Dallas, Texas office.

Winfrey joins SmithGroupJJR from Perkins+Will, Dallas, where he served as senior project designer for the new Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance campus, Ft. Worth.  Completed in 2012 under an integrated project delivery contract, the project included a new $56 million hospital forTexas Health Resources as well as a $6.5 million medical office building forCambridge Holdings, Inc.

Winfrey also served as senior project designer for the 244,000-square-foot, $62 million Methodist Dallas Medical Center Trauma Tower expansion and renovation, Dallas, slated for completion in fall 2014.

“David brings to us tremendous experience in project design and client management. His special expertise in both healthcare and science and technology facilities will be a major benefit to our clients,” said Jay Rambo, director of SmithGroupJJR’s Dallas office.

Winfrey graduated with a Bachelor of Design in Architecture degree from the University of Florida. He is a registered architect in Texas and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).  

SmithGroupJJR is a national design leader in both the health and science & technology markets. Among the firm’s notable health work is the 165,000-square-foot Ambulatory Care Center at the Harlingen VA Medical Center, Harlingen, Tex., and multiple hospital and outpatient health centers throughout the Southwest forBanner Health. SmithGroupJJR designed the University of Texas Dallas Founders Building laboratory renovations, adding to the firm’s science and technology portfolio in Texas.

With 800 employees in 10 offices across the U.S., SmithGroupJJR is a national leader in sustainable design.

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