BSA Appoints New Chair and Two New Members to the Board of Directors

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June 12, 2024

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BSA LifeStructures (BSA), a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, has appointed a new chair and filled two vacant seats on their current nine-person board of directors. Kevin Token will take over as chair, joining new members Craig Puccetti and Andrew Lough.

Kevin will take over the board of directors’ chair role. Kevin is a professional engineer with over 30 years of experience developing long-term relationships with clients, consultants, contractors, developers, and thought leaders across the firm’s market segments, as well as for its overall vision and strategy as it grows and changes. Kevin also serves as president of the board of A Seat at the Table in St. Louis, as well as board secretary and member of the Mid-States Minority Supplier Development Council.

With over two decades of experience, Craig exclusively focuses on healthcare-related projects. Craig has spent the majority of his career designing and managing complex and specialized healthcare projects, including new construction, renovation, finish out, and expansion of acute care hospitals, micro-hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, diagnostic imaging centers, medical offices, specialty physician practices, outpatient care centers, and medical training facilities. Craig is a board-certified architect through the American College of Healthcare Architects and teaches certification prep classes to incoming applicants.

Andrew believes the physical environment can greatly affect how people feel and perform. Andrew is passionate about helping organizations improve environments for the people who interact with them daily. For the past 27 years, this has meant the design of spaces that improve the way students learn, faculty teach, and that facilitate researchers making discoveries. Andrew graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in environmental design.