Lead Architect at PONTE HEALTH Becomes New Chair at American Institute of Architects, Orlando Chapter - Academy of Architecture for Health
January 25, 2018
Tabitha Ponte, AIA, ACHA Candidate, Lead Architect at PONTE HEALTH has become the new Chair at American Institute of Architects, Orlando Chapter - Academy of Architecture for Health.
The mission of AAH ORL is to improve the quality of healthcare through design by developing, documenting, and disseminating knowledge; educating healthcare architects and other related constituencies; advancing the practice of healthcare architecture; improving the design of health care environments; affiliating and advocating with others that share our vision and promoting research.
This past week, PONTE HEALTH hosted, with the support of AAH ORL, the first Building Health Forum, #BuildHealth18, where professionals in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Healthcare gathered and discussed the current state and future of Healthcare Building Delivery. The event showcased a Panel of Experts including Jennifer Foley from Orlando Health, Eduardo Egea, AIA, Principal and Healthcare Architect at Stantec, and Justin Thompson, PhD, of 2Xalt; the event took place at the GuideWell Innovation Theater in Lake Nona, had a great turnout, and issued Continuing Education Credits to licensed professionals.