E4H Environments for Health Architecture announced recently that Candice Barter, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, Principal, has been awarded the 2023 Distinguished Alumni in Architecture Award from the Boston Architectural College (BAC). The award was presented to Candice at the BAC Alumni Awards ceremony on November 8, in recognition of her exemplary contributions to the field of healthcare design.
With nearly 20 years of experience in healthcare design, Candice Barter has demonstrated exceptional leadership and expertise in various complex healthcare projects, specializing in pediatric and behavioral health facility design. She has spearheaded transformative projects for some of the top pediatric hospitals in the United States, including Boston Children’s Hospital, Children’s National Hospital, and Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Candice’s approach to design is human-centric, research-based, and dedicated to enhancing patient and staff comfort.
In her role as Principal at E4H, Candice leads with compassion and dedication, using her expertise to mentor staff and nurture the next generation of designers. Candice was a member of the Emergency Conditions Committee during the pandemic and a contributor to the Federal Guidelines Institute’s Guidelines for Emergency Conditions in Health and Residential Care Facilities. She is also a respected member of the New England Healthcare Engineers Society (NEHES).
“I am deeply honored to be recognized by my alma mater Boston Architectural College,” said Candice Barter. “This award is a testament to the collaborative efforts of our team at E4H and the transformative impact our work has on healthcare facilities. I am committed to continuing E4H’s mission of creating innovative, patient-centered spaces that improve lives.”