Baker Barrios Architects Hires Chris O’Brien as Senior Healthcare Architect in Orlando

November 20, 2017

 Baker Barrios Architects, one of the most innovative commercial architecture and design firms in the Southeast, is pleased to announce the addition of Chris O’Brien as a senior healthcare architect in the company’s Orlando office. In his new role, O’Brien will work with the Baker Barrios healthcare architecture team in overseeing management of healthcare related projects.

O’Brien joins Baker Barrios Architects with over 30 years of healthcare architecture and leadership experience. In addition to being a licensed architect, O’Brien is also recognized as a Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) by the Construction Specifications Institute.

“Professionalism and proficiency is something that Baker Barrios Architects prides itself on, so adding an experienced industry veteran such as Chris to our team will help us in continuing to offer valuable designs to prospective clients,” said Tim Baker, CEO and principal of Baker Barrios Architects. “Chris brings a hands-on approach to the management style of his projects, and finds ways to overcome any obstacle during the design and construction of a project. We are excited to have him on our team.”

O’Brien earned both his Bachelor of Design in Architecture and Master of Architecture from the University of Florida. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Member Construction Specifications Institute, and is a registered architect in Florida and Illinois.  


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