Candice Barter Joins HGA as Healthcare Principal in Boston

HGA is pleased to welcome Candice Barter, AIA, EDAC, as Healthcare Principal and Associate Vice President in the Boston office.

She will work with firm-wide leadership to build a Healthcare practice in the Boston office and Northeast region, in coordination with the firm’s nationally recognized Healthcare practice throughout its Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and California offices.

“Healthcare architecture offers endless opportunities for innovation and strategy,” Barter said. “This is an exciting time to join HGA as the firm continues to expand its healthcare design resources. The firm has extensive expertise in science, research, and healthcare projects nationally, and a strong commitment to practice-based research. I look forward to building on this success while adding new insight that will strengthen our expertise and support a growing healthcare market in Boston.”

Barter has more than 15 years planning and design experience specializing in healthcare facilities, academic science buildings, and research labs for leading healthcare organizations and higher education institutions throughout the Northeast.

Before joining HGA, Barter was an Associate Principal with Steffian Bradley Architects in Boston, where she worked exclusively on healthcare projects, including surgical suites, inpatient bed units, and radiology centers.

Previously, she was an Associate with Shepley Bulfinch in Boston, where she worked on a range of project scales in the Healthcare Practice Group.

“Candice brings extensive project experience to her role as Healthcare Principal that will benefit our clients,” said Kurt Spiering, FAIA, Healthcare Market Sector Leader. “She has in-depth knowledge of the evolving needs driving the healthcare industry. We are excited to welcome her as we build our healthcare practice in Boston.”

Barter has a Bachelor of Architecture from Boston Architectural College.

She is a member of American Institute of Architects (AIA), Boston Society of Architects (BSA), and Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH).