Douglas Lieb joins VEBH
Douglas Lieb has joined VEBH Architects with 26 years of experience in higher education design and project management. He has a passion for working with Colleges and Universities to create innovative learning and socially dynamic campus environments. Over the past 18 years, he has successfully completed more than 30 projects throughout the United States with a combined value of more than five hundred million dollars.
His recent work locally has included projects on the campuses of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Mount Aloysius, Lock Haven University. He has also designed significant student life facilities on campuses across the nation.
Doug’s experience includes the design of interdisciplinary projects encompassing science and technology, the humanities, student life, housing, dining, performing arts, and athletics and campus recreation.
Doug also adds significant experience to our healthcare design team with recently completed project for a variety of UPMC hospitals and facilities. He has successfully completed more than a dozen projects in the past 6 years encompassing a full spectrum outpatient pediatric care environments, diagnostic imaging and radiology departments for tertiary care hospitals, cardio-thoracic and transplant intensive care settings, multi-acuity patient units and related care settings.
As an experienced team leader, Doug is intimately involved in bringing a project’s many stakeholders into the decision making process in a way that builds consensus and realizes innovative and effective outcomes. As a senior project manager, he will be primarily responsible for promoting detailed execution of the project’s design and documentation. He represents the firm and the design team in all detailed communications with the client, consultants and contractors. He will also manage VEBH’s in-house project team and the project’s consultants to work towards successful outcomes.← Jim Jasper Joins VEBH Architects Washington Health System Opens Canonsburg Facility →
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