Healthcare Architecture Tag

SBL Architecture is hiring!

31 Aug 2018, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Uncategorized

SBL Architecture, Inc. is looking for an experienced Project Architect to join our team. This position requires leading teams of various sizes and projects of varying scopes to successful and profitable conclusions while maintaining excellent client service and satisfaction. The successful candidate will have the…

SBL Architects Announces Five New Promotions

07 May 2014, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Healthcare, Interior Design, Promotions

Sterling Barnett Little (SBL) is pleased to announce the promotion of five staff members in recognition for their contributions to the firm. The elevation of these individuals strengthens SBL’s leadership in the realms of architectural design, interior design and sustainable design strategies. Cheryl Hadash has been…

2011 Prospect: 17 Years and Growing

13 Dec 2010, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in design, Life

Sterling Barnett Little (SBL) is celebrating 17 years of shaping healthcare design in Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond. From the firm’s beginning in 1994 as a two architect office to today’s staff of 21 in Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, SBL has kept a major focus on…

Medical Center Hospital Odessa – Center for Women and Infants Addition

07 Dec 2010, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Healthcare

Construction began in June of 2010. Designed in partnership with JSA Architects, the Center for Women and Infants Addition is a two story vertical expansion of the existing Medical Center Hospital. A highly visible identification entrance, landscaped ground level approach and two story atrium welcomes…

Project Update: St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center

16 Sep 2010, Posted by Jaime Pacilio in Healthcare, New Project

Sterling Barnett Little (SBL) is excited about its newest project with St. Joseph’s Healthcare System! On September 16, SBL celebrated with the St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Francis Cauffman, architect of record, and many community members at the grand opening ceremony for the new main…