About this Blog

This blog is about a dialog of design thinking and project execution in the context of healthcare; it seeks to provide resources for owners and their teams—corporate leadership, healthcare providers, users, building committees, board members—to facilitate better project performance. The blog aims to help furnish business solutions that integrate and respond to the needs of the healthcare industry.

Lee Poechmann is a licensed architect and interior designer, as well as a LEED Accredited Professional.  With a background in health care design, Lee currently works in Haskell’s Commercial Health Care division on project teams and business development.  Haskell is an integrated design-build company founded  in 1965 on the principles of Integrated Project Delivery, and specializes in project team collaboration:  its engineers, architects, contractors and other building professionals work together for its clients under one company flag.

Lee graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science in architecture, where he also spent a semester in Finland at the Helsinki University of Technology.  He earned his Masters in Architecture from the University of Michigan with Distinction, and participated in the annual Detroit Design Charette, a community effort to study and revitalize Detroit neighborhoods.  He received his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Florida. 

A Pennsylvania native, Lee spent six years living and working in downtown Baltimore.  While in Baltimore, he was involved in hospital and psychiatric projects in the greater Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia region.  In 2005, he transferred to Jacksonville, and in 2007, joined Haskell.

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