BSA Lifestructures

BSA LifeStructures Names New National Market Leaders

August 24, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – BSA LifeStructures, a nationally recognized architecture and engineering firm, has promoted three of its professionals to new National Market Leader roles, putting them in charge of guiding the firm’s efforts in the Healing, Learning and Discovery markets.

Tim Spence has been appointed National Market Leader for the Healing market. In this role, he’ll oversee the firm’s work in hospitals, medical office buildings, clinics and other healthcare-related projects. With more than two decades of healthcare-related experience, Tim joined BSA LifeStructures in 2015. He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Southern California.

Geoff Lisle will serve as National Market Leader for the Learning market, which includes the firm’s higher education projects. Widely respected for his work on campuses throughout the Midwest, Geoff has been with BSA LifeStructures for 17 years, having held a number of leadership positions during that time. He earned his bachelor’s degree in architecture from Ball State University.

Scott Kreitlein takes on the role as National Market Leader for the Discovery market, overseeing the firm’s work in laboratory design. Kreitlein joined the firm in July, bringing with him 25 years of experience in lab design and planning. He holds a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in graphic design from Brigham Young University and a master’s in architecture from the University of Utah.

Together, the Market Leaders will work to drive consistency across all of the firm’s markets and identify trends, internal strengths and hindrances, and national and regional opportunities.

“Over the years, BSA LifeStructures recognized that the knowledge and approaches that made us a leader in healing design also apply to the learning and discovery markets,” said President Melissa Davis. “This new structure will allow us to leverage the commonalities among these markets while also sharpening our ability to respond to each market’s unique needs.”

Founded in Indianapolis in 1975, BSA LifeStructures focuses on architecture, engineering, interior design and planning services for facilities that support and enhance healing, learning and discovery – what the firm describes as Lifestructures – BSA LifeStructures has designed facilities for some of the nation’s top healthcare, higher education and research institutions.

Media Contact:
Lauren Pachacz, Public Relations Manager, BSA LifeStructures, 317.819.2023