BSA LifeStructures (BSA), a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, earned a spot among the Top 20 healthcare architecture firms in the latest Modern Healthcare rankings. Based on global and domestic revenues, the list is recognized as the authoritative ranking of firms in the healthcare sector.
“The global pandemic threw our best-laid plans into flux and inspired us to address new challenges for our clients and our business, but our team persevered and posted a strong performance,” says BSA Chairman Kevin Token. “We are excited about the way we are positioned for the coming year, and we look forward to delivering solutions that embrace a changed healthcare landscape.”
With total firmwide construction costs of $461.4 million, BSA ranked 18th on the Modern Healthcare list. Healthcare accounts for 58% of the firm’s total income, with the remainder coming from work in higher education and research spaces.
“BSA focuses on moving from healthcare to wellbeing, from uncertainty to resiliency, and from indifference to investment in the community, all supported and proven by metrics,” says BSA National Healing Practice Director Melanie Harris. “One thing is certain; the pace of change is accelerating exponentially. Last year was a perfect example of this. Then and now, we continue to partner with our clients to enable transformation beyond change.”