33 Years: A Look Into Dottie Stamm’s Extraordinary Career
Architecture is about balance… balance and cramming as much function in a 10×10 space as possible.
Wes has extensive experience in healthcare projects including complex, large scale medical projects that have enhanced the dynamics of healthcare facilities, starting at the planning stages. He has served as lead designer for Dublin Methodist Hospital, a notable “Pebble” project studying like-handed patient rooms, and the design of Village at Pelham Hospital in Greer, South Carolina where he participated in the “patient room of the future” design/research project with Clemson University’s Graduate School of Architecture and health. Both projects included intense study of patient rooms and patient unit layout. Wes has a keen interest in how the layout affects operations, staff efficiency, and patient safety. With such extensive participation, he brings national level design experience and leadership to any project.
Wes really enjoys riding his motorcycle.