David J. Segmiller AIA joins Perkins Eastman's Charlotte, NC, as Managing Principal
2.1.11 | New York, NY | The Executive Committee of top international design and architecture firm Perkins Eastman is pleased to announce that David J. Segmiller AIA has joined the firm’s Charlotte, NC office as Managing Principal. Segmiller joins with 25 years of design and management experience specializing in senior living, office, retail, and hotels.
Segmiller joins Perkins Eastman from FreemanWhite where he led the firm’s senior living practice. He has built a distinguished reputation working with senior living communities and designing environments for the aging. He brings unique viewpoints on the design and development feasibility of projects through his studies and teaching experience in Real Estate Development at The Johns Hopkins University and the Erickson School for Aging Studies.
Bradford Perkins FAIA, Chairman and CEO of Perkins Eastman, says of Segmiller’s leadership, “David’s proven commitment and experience in senior living and other building types is a perfect match for our growing practice. We are confident that his proven leadership will help us build on our legacy of excellence and improving quality of life through design.”
Segmiller earned a Master of Science in Real Estate at The Johns Hopkins University as well as a Master of Architecture from North Carolina State University and Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University. He is a registered architect licensed in North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Illinois. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) where he recently served as chair of the Senior Housing Council, and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) where he served as Baltimore Chapter President in 2003. Segmiller’s work has been recognized with numerous awards and he regularly speaks and authors articles on subjects ranging from market strategies and trends to LEED issues in senior housing.
About Perkins Eastman
Perkins Eastman is among the top architecture and design firms in the world. The firm prides itself on inventive and compassionate design that enhances the quality of the human experience. Because of its depth and range, Perkins Eastman takes on assignments from niche buildings to complex projects that enrich whole communities. The firm’s practice areas include education, housing, healthcare, senior living, corporate interiors, cultural institutions, public sector facilities, retail, office buildings, and urban design. In 2010, Perkins Eastman announced it would merge with Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects (EE&K), significantly strengthening both practices with an international total of nearly 600 employees. Perkins Eastman provides award-winning design through its domestic offices in New York, NY; Boston, MA; Arlington, VA; Charlotte, NC; Chicago, IL; Oakland, CA; Pittsburgh, PA; and Stamford, CT; and internationally in Dubai, UAE; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Mumbai, India; Shanghai, China; and Toronto, Canada.
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