MU ALERT ISSUED

Guest Jury

Bill Kline, AIA  EDAC LEED-AP

Bill-Kline.jpgBoard of Directors, Firm Leader, Studio Leader
SmithGroupJJR


As the leader of the Health Studio in SmithGroupJJR's Washington, DC office, Bill manages some of the firm’s most significant healthcare projects for clients such as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the U.S. Navy. They include the National Intrepid Center of Excellence in Bethesda, Maryland, and the Center for the Intrepid in San Antonio, Texas, two of the world’s most advanced rehabilitation facilities for wounded soldiers. Based on the overwhelming success of these and other federal projects, Bill is the sole A/E industry member in a VA workgroup established to streamline the agency’s project delivery process. Bill’s outstanding team leadership and design skills have been recognized with multiple awards. But the ones he’s most proud of are the four BD+C Team Awards he and his team have received, a SmithGroupJJR record. “I have been honored and humbled to work on spectacular projects with terrific, creative and intelligent people,” he says. Always up for a challenge, Bill would like to learn to kitesurf.


Victoria Lanteigne, WELL AP

Victoria-Lanteigne.jpgSenior Accessibility Consultant
Steven Winter Associates, Inc


Victoria Lanteigne is a Senior Accessibility Consultant with Steven Winter Associates, Inc. (SWA). Lanteigne leads SWA’s Universal Design services to help clients create spaces that are inclusive for people with disabilities. Lanteigne has a background in civil rights, and works often to advise property managers and business owners on policies and procedures related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act. Lanteigne is the founder and co-chair of the AIA|DC Committee on Accessible Design, and she sits on the AIA|DC Design + Wellbeing Committee to explore how the built environment can impact human health, specifically individuals with disabilities. She holds a Masters of Public Policy from The George Washington University and is a WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP).  


Jeffrey Levine, AIA AICP LEED-AP

Jeffrey-Levine.jpgLevine Design Studio

Jeffrey Levine is a LEED-accredited architect/planner/urban designer with over 30 years experience in the public and private sectors.  He has taught architecture and construction at grade & college levels and administered projects in local government agencies.  He has been awarded Virginia Distinguished Architect.  He is a seasoned designer of public, private and non-profit work, including being awarded for inner-city developments, for work with Habitat for Humanity, and for his own house, which was televised and on the cover of the book, “New City Home".


Lauretta A. Walker, MPT

Wound Specialty Supervisor,
Inpatient Physical Therapy Service
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

 


 

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