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Mark Vaughan to be inducted into the Council of Fellows of the American College of Healthcare Architects

Mark Vaughan

Mark Vaughan

Mark W. Vaughan, AIA will be inducted into the Council of Fellows of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) at their convocation ceremony in Houston on Nov. 13, 2016. Vaughan is the Principal in Charge of WHR’s Dallas office and Senior Medical Planner for the firm with over 25 years of experience. He serves as senior medical planner, and client engagement leader on many of the firm’s most important projects where he has earned a national reputation for leading engagements with creativity and insight that enable clients to envision the possibilities in each project.

“Mark brings passion and rigor to every aspect of his professional life from his engagement with clients on complex projects to his leadership of our Dallas office.” said David Watkins, FAIA, Founding Principal of WHR, the healthcare practice of EYP Inc. “He unfailingly sets a high bar for himself and his team and our clients are the beneficiaries.”

“The ACHA provides board certification for healthcare architects.” said Vaughan. “It is indeed an honor to be elected to the Council of Fellows and counted among a distinguished group representing the highest standards for architects specializing in healthcare.”

Vaughan’s current and recent projects include: North Carolina Heart & Vascular Hospital, Raleigh, North Carolina; UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital, Longmont, Colorado; Meridian Hope Tower at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, New Jersey; Children’s Health System of Texas, Dallas Texas; Hopkins County Memorial Hospital, Sulphur Springs, Texas; and The University of Texas Northeast Medical Center, Tyler, Texas.

Vaughan received his Master of Architecture from the University of Houston and Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University. He is a Registered Architect in the State of Texas, 13 other states, and certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.