Tampa, FL – Page Southerland Page, Inc. (Page) is pleased to announce the addition of Lori Armstrong and Scott Hughes as associate principals in its healthcare practice, which extends the firm’s services in Central Florida with a new location in Tampa.
Armstrong, NCIDQ, IIDA, LEED AP, a registered interior designer, joins the firm with nearly 20 years of experience leading extensive design team planning and construction documentation for notable Florida healthcare pioneers. She is a graduate of the Philadelphia University School of Architecture and Design. “My passion is forming interior architecture so that it will ease the patient journey throughout the healing process,” she says. “I help each client achieve their vision through a thoughtfully curated, strong design story.”
Hughes, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, project architect, has 23 years of experience improving the clinical workplace and patient experience and increasing coordination of design teams by leveraging abilities in multiple BIM (Building Information Modeling) software platforms and 3-D visualization tools. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, he has applied his skills to the construction and renovation of hospitals, clinics, and medical research centers across Florida. “I’m captivated by details and assembly, helping clients navigate the rapid evolution of modern medicine toward the successful completion of large, complex, and high-quality healthcare projects,” he says. “Sustainability is vital as well, to meet the needs of present and future generations.”
Page’s healthcare work in Florida, which spans decades, resulted in a new office opening in Orlando in 2021, led by Veronique Pryor, AIA. The firm’s work includes – among other projects – Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville; the award-winning Nemours Children’s Hospital Campus in Orlando; the new James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital New Bed Tower; the new Orthopedics Institute for Orlando Health, currently under construction; and work underway for Sarasota Memorial Hospital. Most recently, The Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute received a 2022 Athenaeum American Architecture Award Honorable Mention.
About Page Southerland Page, Inc.
With roots extending back to 1898, Page provides architecture, interiors, planning, consulting and engineering services throughout the United States and around the world. The firm’s diverse, international portfolio encompasses academic, aviation, civic and corporate sectors as well as government, healthcare, housing, industrial, mission critical and science and technology projects. Page Southerland Page, Inc. has 1,300 employees across multiple offices in every region in the United States as well as abroad. Learn more about the firm at pagethink.com.