Kirk Rose, AIA, joins HMC Architects as a principal in charge in HMC’s Los Angeles office. Rose brings 25 years of experience, specializing in healthcare facility planning and design, along with science, education, and large public projects.  A former vice president and office leader at SmithGroup and vice president and operations director with HOK, Rose has led a variety of large health projects for Loma Linda Medical Center, Providence Health and Services, Saint John’s Health Center, California State University Long Beach Hall of Science, and several health campus plans.

According to HMC Los Angeles Managing Principal Hal Sibley, AIA, LEED® AP, “Kirk’s strengths are his project leadership skills, knowledge of the healthcare industry and ability to develop successful relationships with clients.”

“Kirk will be integral to the continued growth of our Los Angeles office and success of our healthcare practice across the firm,” stated HMC Healthcare Practice Leader Jerry Eich, AIA, ACHA.

Rose is currently working on the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medical Center In-Patient Hospital and Multi-Ambulatory Care Center project.