Haskell Healthcare Division, led by Jim Eaton, announced several key team members promotions, as well as new team members recently added to the division.

Teddy Mulamba joins Haskell Healthcare from the federal group. He will be based in the Jacksonville, Fla., office and joins as the acting Assistant Project Manager on a 13-month renovation project for a labor and delivery unit.

Chris Henry joins Haskell Healthcare as a project manager II working in the St. Louis office. He has more than 34 years of experience in construction, most it working for design-build companies.

Minta Ferguson has been promoted to director of planning in Haskell Healthcare’s consultancy division Catalyst. Ferguson will lead the development of tools and goals to bring together integrating planning with strategy, operations, engineering, pre-construction services, and design.

Erin Nelson has been promoted to director of strategy and will lead strategic and master planning services and direct service line or department-specific recommendations based on trends and opportunities within the local market for Catalyst.

Meredith Letendre joins the Catalyst team as a healthcare strategist. Her primary focus will be leading strategic and master planning services for healthcare clients, reviewing client and market data to create service line recommendations based on strategic trends and opportunities within the local market. Prior to Catalyst, she held a variety of roles at Brigham and Women’s Hospital spanning innovation and business planning teams.

Michael Gildea joined the healthcare division as a project architect III and is based in San Diego. His background includes positions in West Coast design firms as well as time spent working in health systems in San Diego.

Sam Pruitt has been promoted to team lead for healthcare design and Andrea Kingsbury to team lead for healthcare interior design. Pruitt and Kingsbury will continue to serve as subject matter experts in healthcare design. Their new positions will also focus on development of design thought leadership, competitive design strategic development, and design-focused content marketing.

Benie Wix has been promoted to team lead for healthcare construction contract administration. Prviously, he was at FreemanWhite for 15 years where he developed and led construction contract administration of many complex healthcare projects nationally. He will continue to serve in this role but his new responsibilities will include the development of CCA best practices and project team development.

Cody Adams joined the healthcare division in Charlotte, N.C., as the team lead for engineering project management. In his role, Cody brings engineering management experience.

Mark Snyder, Kevin Waitkus, Luke Carlson, and Kevin Barbee have been promoted to team leaders of the healthcare quality implementation program; technical accuracy, building code and life safety; licensure; and engineering systems, respectively. Snyder, Waitkus, Carlson, and Barbee have knowledge in the development of healthcare and institutional occupancy design and will leverage their experience to further the development and execution of the Healthcare QIP.