NASHVILLE – Healthcare Design magazine has named Richard L. (Dick) Miller, FAIA, president of Earl Swensson Associates, Inc. (ESa), one of the nation’s 25 most influential people in healthcare design. The magazine made the announcement following final voting by its Editorial Board, publishing partners at The Center for Health Design and the Healthcare Design publishing team.
According to the publication, the listing contains a “veritable who’s who of the healthcare design industry, from architects and interior designers to academics and researchers.”
Miller is a veteran architect, lecturer and author with extensive experience in healthcare facility design. He joined ESa in 1967 as a project architect shortly after receiving his bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Kansas. He rose through the ranks to become senior architect and president, a position he has held since 1973.
ESa is a 49-year-old, Nashville-based architectural firm providing design services nationally and abroad to clients in healthcare, education, hospitality, senior living, corporate office, the arts and community.