AECOM Appoints Anat Zeidman as Texas Healthcare Deputy Director

AECOM, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, announced that Anat Zeidman has joined the firm as the healthcare deputy director for Texas. Zeidman will help spearhead the company’s business development and program management for all healthcare related activities in the region.

“Anat is a perfect fit for our team of world-class innovators,” said James Selmser, AECOM’s Texas healthcare program director, in a statement. “Her vast network and her ability to implement innovative solutions will help us expand our opportunities in the greater Houston area and eventually, statewide.”

Through collaborative projects, private-public partnerships, and capital investments, Zeidman will leverage AECOM’s vast resources to deliver a fully integrated approach to delivering new projects. Such an effort will advance her desire to see this region continue its global recognition as home to the largest and most innovative medical center in the world.

“As the epicenter of healthcare delivery, Houston is poised for even greater growth,” said Zeidman. “I am honored and excited to join AECOM and collaborate with our local institutions to develop innovative solutions for expansion in our region.”

Prior to joining AECOM, Zeidman cumulatively managed and oversaw more than $1 billion in capital renovation and expansion projects. Most recently, she was the architecture and construction lead project manager for Memorial Hermann Hospital System’s Texas Medical Center campus, which included the new 19 story Level 1 Trauma Tower and Helipad Expansion project. Before that, she was the facilities planning and development project manager for Texas Children’s Hospital, where she managed capital renovation and expansion projects.

Her experience includes capital projects, overseeing healthcare, architecture and construction program management, as well as facility master planning, client relations and business development. Her projects have included ground-up construction, central plants, parking infrastructure, research facilities, inpatient and outpatient medical facilities and commercial and corporate facilities.

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