Dekker/Perich/Sabatini (D/P/S) announced the promotion of Brian Barnes, PE and Max Parrill, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP to the position of principal and shareholder.
Brian Barnes, PE is a registered professional engineer with over 14 years of project management and technical design experience at D/P/S. His expertise in seismic design, foundation systems and different construction types results in creative and cost effective solutions for building design. His recent projects, including Rust Medical Center and Bernalillo High School, employ innovative structural supports. Rust Medical Center’s lobby utilizes a buckling restrained braced frame (BRBF), the first used in New Mexico. Bernalillo High School is designed with special seismic bracing to protect against earthquakes and a compacted aggregate pier system to address poor soils. He is also working on the upcoming Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center, expected to complete in 2018.
Max Parrill, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP is a board certified healthcare architect with nearly 20 years of professional experience. His expertise in evidence-based design, lean design principles, sustainability and the WELL Building Standard result in healthcare environments that contribute to enhanced patient care and staff well-being. He recently completed the DaVita Sunport Healthcare Center in Albuquerque and the Kayenta Health Center in Arizona. He will be speaking about his work in promoting wellness through healthcare architecture at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Austin this September.
“Both Brian and Max bring extraordinary expertise and talent to our leadership team,” said Steven J. Perich, Senior Principal at D/P/S. “Their strong commitment to design excellence, sustainability and human wellness is reflected in the quality of their work and recognized by their peers and clients.”
With offices located in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, New Mexico; Amarillo, Texas; and Phoenix, Arizona, Dekker/Perich/Sabatini specializes in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, planning and structural engineering.