Kahler Slater, a design firm located in Milwaukee, Wisc., recently announced the advancement of three team members with healthcare industry experience to the level of associate principal (AP): Mike Franz, AIA, LEED AP, Skip Holschbach, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and Mary LaFrombois, ASID, IIDA, LEED AP.

Franz is an architect and project manager with more than 16 years of experience in healthcare planning and design. Recent project work includes an ambulatory care center and physician office building for Hospital Sisters Health System on their new St. Elizabeth’s Campus in Belleville, Ill., and a medical office building for the same system on their St. John’s campus in Springfield, Ill. He also maintains a long-standing relationship with Froedtert Health, having completed several projects with them throughout his career.

Holschbach is an architect with more than 20 years of project experience. He specializes in the documentation, engineering coordination and construction administration of large-scale healthcare environments. His recent project focus has been a master plan, new hospital and medical office building for Centegra Health System’s Huntley Hospital in Huntley, Ill.

LaFrombois is an interior designer with more than 30 year of experience specializing in health science education and clinical environments on large campuses. Recent project work includes the new School of Nursing on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison and the Clow Social Science Center and Nursing/Education Building at the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh.