Perkins+Will announced that Robin Guenther, FAIA, an international leader in sustainable health care architecture, has been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council as a 2014 LEED Fellow, the group’s most prestigious designation. Achieving LEED Fellow signifies the professional is part of an elite class of accomplished green building experts. To earn the title, professionals with LEED AP designation and at least a decade of experience must be nominated by their peers and undergo an extensive portfolio review. Guenther, a principal at Perkins+Will and the firm’s sustainable health care design leader, is a long-term advocate at the intersection of public health, restorative design and environmental stewardship.
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