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Bradley-Blewster & Associates join Stantec’s growing Buildings practice

Expanded team enhances the firm’s health design expertise in the US South


Global integrated design leader Stantec announces the team from Bradley-Blewster & Associates joined the firm’s Buildings practice.

Founded in 1980, Bradley-Blewster & Associates offer healthcare planning and design services for hospitals, medical office buildings, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, and residential care facilities. The firm’s clients include Franklin Medical Center, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Lane Regional Medical Center, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, P&S Surgical Hospital, Pt. Coupee General Hospital, St. Elizabeth Hospital, and St. Francis Medical Center & Woman’s Hospital.

“For more than 40 years, we’ve taken great pride in designing care environments that prioritize the patient experience and support clinicians in their service to communities throughout Louisiana,” said Carroll Blewster, architect and co-founder of Bradley-Blewster & Associates. “Joining Stantec’s Buildings practice allows our team to build on our record of success by bringing the resources of a global firm to our clients, as we continue to deliver best-in-class design services.”

Stantec and Bradley-Blewster have a positive and long-standing partnership, delivering projects like the Heart & Vascular Institute, Level 1 Trauma Center, LSU Medical Education and Innovation Center, Livingston Healthplex, among others for Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center. Currently the team continues to work on additional health care projects within the Baton Rouge community.

The Louisiana-based group also provides architectural and interior design services to commercial, education, and institutional clients. 

“The collaborative and client focused team from Bradley-Blewster bring professional acumen along with relationship-based service, and we are proud to welcome them to Stantec,” said Brenda Bush-Moline, vice president, global health sector leader for Stantec. “Together, we share a commitment to imagining and delivering advanced health facilities that offer care and comfort to the local community.”

Stantec’s Health Sector is improving health worldwide through the power of design. Their award-winning innovative spaces address the physical, mental, and emotional health of patients, their families, and care teams. With architects, medical planners, engineers, designers, project managers, and scientists in six countries share knowledge to position their clients at the forefront of best practice, technology innovation, and high-performance healthcare delivery. To learn more about Stantec’s health sector click here.

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Our Lady of the Lake Heart & Vascular Institute, Baton Rouge, LA; Photo credit: Tom Rossiter

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