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DANIEL N. DALLICH, AIA, EDAC

Senior Principal - Architect

More than 30 years in healthcare design have given Dan the opportunity to view challenges from every perspective: patient, family, provider, and staff. This allows him to develop programs and plans that meet multiple goals while maintaining flexibility for the future. Dan is well versed in Evidence Based Design, basing recommendations on best practice research for improved patient experience and outcomes.


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Minnesota


CONTACT INFORMATION

p. 920.569.8703
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FUN FACTS

Favorite Song: Jungleland - Bruce Sprinstein
Favorite Movie: I-Robot; because I love the audio (the sub-woofer gets a good workout)
Favorite Book: The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo (series)
Favorite Things to Do: Watch sunsets off the back porch with my wife, biking and kayaking.
CAD'ing Hand: Right
Favorite Architect: Renee Dallich
Favorite Food: spinach lasagna; I get it on my birthday every year.
Greatest Strength: I’m a good listener.
Special Memory: Hiking by myself in the Rocky Mountains and watching the sun set multiple times through the peaks and valleys of the mountains.

DANIEL N. DALLICH, AIA, EDAC

Senior Principal


p. 920.569.8703
Connect with Dan

About Dan

DANIEL DALLICH AIA, EDAC
Senior Principal - Architect

More than 30 years in healthcare design have given Dan the opportunity to view challenges from every perspective: patient, family, provider, and staff. This allows him to develop programs and plans that meet multiple goals while maintaining flexibility for the future. Dan is well versed in Evidence Based Design, basing recommendations on best practice research for improved patient experience and outcomes.


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Architecture, University of Minnesota


CONTACT INFORMATION

Call Dan 920-569-8703
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Connect with Dan

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