EYP Architecture and Engineering, a global leader in sustainability and total impact design, announced today that Greg Foster has joined the firm as senior project manager and will be based in the company’s Dallas office. In this role, Foster will oversee project management and development for the firm’s healthcare clients.
Foster joins EYP with over 19 years of healthcare design and project management experience. In addition to project management, he will use his vast industry knowledge to assist in business development. Foster has worked on notable regional projects such as the Villages of Southampton, the BUMC Operative Skills Simulation Center, BUMC ICU Renovations and the Baylor T. Boone Pickens Cancer Hospital.
“We are eager to welcome Greg to our team,” said EYP healthcare sector leader, Charles Griffin. “Greg’s extensive experience and impressive project history made it clear that he is the ideal person to oversee and manage our healthcare projects.”
Prior to joining EYP, Foster served as the senior project manager at PRDG in Dallas. There he oversaw client communications as well as collaborated with consultants and vendors. Additionally, Foster drove the vision for all technical project objectives and success criteria while providing motivation, direction and overall management to internal project teams and external vendors.
“I’m honored to be joining the EYP team,” said Foster, “EYP is a firm that prioritizes relationships, whether it’s clients or employees. I am excited to collaborate with these truly talented individuals and use our collective experience to deliver the best quality work for our clients.”
Foster earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Kansas State University.