Healthcare Building Solutions Adds Two Senior Executives to Management Staff

Key Hires Will Augment Project Management Resources to Meet Growth Demands

Langhorne, PA – Healthcare Building Solutions (HBS) is pleased to announce that Earle Robert Bray, Jr. (Dusty) and Stephen J. Mooney, MS, PMP have joined the firm to bolster HBS’ growing portfolio of regional and national accounts.  Recognized leaders in managing the design and construction of complex projects, both offer extensive experience delivering large-scale healthcare projects.

Dusty brings significant experience in all facets of project management, including serving as Director of Design and Construction for the University of Pennsylvania where he was responsible for all capital projects.

A certified Professional Project Manager, Steve has provided a full range of pre-construction and construction services to numerous clients throughout the United States, the Middle East, Europe and South America.

Jay Hornung, ACHE, President of Healthcare Building Solutions adds, “Increasing demand from our clients led us to look for additional management resources who could contribute to our culture of innovation and exceptional service.   Steve and Dusty’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will help expand HBS’ presence and underscores the firm’s commitment to excellence in healthcare planning and construction.”

About Healthcare Building Solutions
Healthcare Building Solutions (HBS) collaborates with leading healthcare organizations and their partners to create the next generation of healthcare facilities and population health environments.  As former hospital administrators and facility managers, HBS team members have been involved in the development, design, equipment procurement, management and operation of facilities of all sizes. From inception to execution, HBS provides strategies and solutions to help ensure that your project is finished on time and on budget.  For more information visit www.hbsinc.com.

Contact:
Sherri Bowman
800-486-5650

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