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Myles Hyman, RA, LEED AP

From day one as a Founding Principal of Hyman Hayes Associates (HHA), Myles sought to craft an architectural practice known for client service and retention, flexible and efficient design, and a work – family - environment that nurtures personal growth. Today, he has an area-wide reputation in healthcare facility design from major hospital renovations to stand-alone surgery, patient care, and specialty facilities. Clients have benefited from Myles’ 28 years of experience in this important market.

After giving up day-to-day management, Myles is still quite involved with projects and clients and has increased his company’s healthcare knowledge by completing research and attending seminars.  He continues to review projects to ensure HHA’s reputation for patient-centered design and oversees QA/QC to reinforce the firm’s reputation for clear, high quality, well-coordinated construction documents.  Among all of his other responsibilities, Myles helps to mentor the younger staff members to enhance the already talented future leaders of HHA.

Experience

Principal | Hyman Hayes Associates |1992 - Present
Managing Principal at Hyman Hayes Associates. We are a full service architectural firm. Our services also include interior design, planning and project facilitation. We are the leading health care design firm in the Capital District. We also have significant quantity of work with NYS government agencies, laboratory design and general architecture. Most of out work is for long term clients.

Project Manager/Designer | Stetson Harza | 1990-1992
Responsible for design and drawings on a wide variety of projects including pharmaceutical, industrial and laboratory. Responsibilities also included Code review, project team coordination, and construction phase services.

Project Manager | Payette Associates | 1985-1990
Project Manager responsible for architecture and engineering team to meet schedules and budgets and provide a quality set of documents.

Education

Bachelor's Degree, Architecture | Syracuse University | 1974 - 1979