Principals

Randall Bacidore, AIA

“Drawing upon past experiences with similar projects can be used as a point of departure for new, individual solutions. The strength of any design is how well it integrates with each client’s culture and the ultimate end users, defining what makes it unique in a dynamic and competitive environment.”

William Heun, AIA

“I consider a project a success when, after occupancy, the staff can explain to their peers why the project looks like it does, why things function as they do and how the building works. This means that the design process worked and the end users are in tune with the solution.”

Ronald Kobold, AIA

“The built environment can have a positive effect on medical outcomes. While evidence based design is in the process of quantifying these impacts, architects should intuitively design with more daylight, specify noise reducing products and create settings for patient, family and staff—which relieve anxiety, ultimately making a positive environment.”

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Principals

Randall Bacidore, AIA

“Drawing upon past experiences with similar projects can be used as a point of departure for new, individual solutions. The strength of any design is how well it integrates with each client’s culture and the ultimate end users, defining what makes it unique in a dynamic and competitive environment.”

William Heun, AIA

“I consider a project a success when, after occupancy, the staff can explain to their peers why the project looks like it does, why things function as they do and how the building works. This means that the design process worked and the end users are in tune with the solution.”

Ronald Kobold, AIA

“The built environment can have a positive effect on medical outcomes. While evidence based design is in the process of quantifying these impacts, architects should intuitively design with more daylight, specify noise reducing products and create settings for patient, family and staff—which relieve anxiety, ultimately making a positive environment.”

Principals

Randall Bacidore, AIA

“Drawing upon past experiences with similar projects can be used as a point of departure for new, individual solutions. The strength of any design is how well it integrates with each client’s culture and the ultimate end users, defining what makes it unique in a dynamic and competitive environment.”

William Heun, AIA

“I consider a project a success when, after occupancy, the staff can explain to their peers why the project looks like it does, why things function as they do and how the building works. This means that the design process worked and the end users are in tune with the solution.”

Ronald Kobold, AIA

“The built environment can have a positive effect on medical outcomes. While evidence based design is in the process of quantifying these impacts, architects should intuitively design with more daylight, specify noise reducing products and create settings for patient, family and staff—which relieve anxiety, ultimately making a positive environment.”

Working for M&CA

 

We do more than create buildings, we design architecture that allows communities a place to heal, families a place to grow, and medical breakthroughs to be made. Because of our singular focus on healthcare, our dedicated team knows that every project gives back to the communities our clients serve.

Whether you are looking to start your career or wanting to make an impact, M&CA is the perfect place to grow. From a rich mentoring program, ongoing continuing education, generous benefits packages and a highly creative environment, members of our team are constantly learning and evolving to stay in front of the latest industry trends with the tools they need to produce exceptional architecture.

Working for M&CA

We do more than create buildings, we design architecture that allows communities a place to heal, families a place to grow, and medical breakthroughs to be made. Because of our singular focus on healthcare, our dedicated team knows that every project gives back to the communities our clients serve.

Whether you are looking to start your career or wanting to make an impact, M&CA is the perfect place to grow. From a rich mentoring program, ongoing continuing education, generous benefits packages and a highly creative environment, members of our team are constantly learning and evolving to stay in front of the latest industry trends with the tools they need to produce exceptional architecture.

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