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Ed Anderson

EUA names healthcare market leader addition

Email: eda@eua.com
 

Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) in Milwaukee recently named Ed Anderson as healthcare market leader. Anderson joins EUA with over 27 years of integrated design experience and will partner with the company’s clients and teams for healthcare environments.

“Ed is a results-driven, process-focused leader,” said EUA vice president and healthcare studio director Kristin Dufek. “We are thrilled to have him join our team as we continue to develop successful projects and long-lasting relationships with our clients.”

In his role, Anderson will work with healthcare organizations to understand strategic goals and develop the right evidence-based solutions. His exposure to healthcare nation-wide provides great design benchmarks and his collaborative approach and listening skills will contribute additional talent to EUA’s Healthcare Studio.

“EUA’s emphasis on people embodies my passion for architecture,” said Anderson. “I look forward to building trusting and transparent relationships in my new role and executing the firm’s mission of elevating people’s potential.”

Anderson joins EUA after 25 years at Erdman as a project executive, where he was responsible for the management of all project resources. His project portfolio includes hundreds of projects in a wide range of market segments, sizes and specialties across the country.

Anderson achieved his master of business administration from Edgewood College and a bachelor of architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

 

Education: Master of Business Administration from Edgewood College; Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Company:
Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA)
333 E. Chicago St

Milwaukee, WI 53202

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