CURTIS WILSON, ACHA
Curtis is an accomplished planner and architect with a diverse background in healthcare and corporate construction development projects. He has a strong aptitude for planning and design, for directing projects from conception to completion, and for managing both process and personnel. His background as a construction and development manager for the Trammell Crow Company/CBRE Group provided him the opportunity to represent multiple Fortune 500 companies as an owner advisor and has been the foundation of his project management experience. With his special skill set, he is able to understand and respond to our client’s various needs, to balance project costs, and to anticipate potential obstacles; a good steward who is supportive of our client’s mission and goals and who provides advice as needed.
Curtis earned his American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) certification in 2017. This prestigious certification sets him apart from other healthcare architects and required both documented experience and demonstrated skills which were reviewed and authenticated by an independent body of peers. He believes that healthcare architecture is about communicating the patient's flow through the healthcare experience - before it is built - and taking the caregivers along so they are part of the patient's journey. He listens to the client's vision and makes patient-centered-care both a priority and a reality.
The Children's Hospital at OU Medicine Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Expansion
OU Medical Center Hybrid Electrophysiology and Interventional Cardiology Suite
The Children's Hospital at OU Medicine Pediatric Post Anesthesia Unit (PACU)
The Children's Hospital Medical Office Building & Atrium
Utica Place Mixed-Use Development
The University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Architecture
Minor in Construction Science
Boston Architecture Center (BAC)
Semester Exchange Program
American College of
Healthcare Architects (ACHA)
Registered Interior Designer