Hourigan names new health care division director
Brian Brown takes new role at Richmond construction and development company
Richmond-based commercial construction and development company Hourigan announced Friday that it has named Brian Brown as director of its health care division.
Brown brings more than 26 years of experience to the role, including 16 years at Hourigan. At Hourigan, Brown has been instrumental in delivering projects ranging from medical office buildings and critical care facilities to his ongoing work on VCU Health’s Adult Outpatient Pavilion.
“We have always considered health care an essential market sector and have been proud to partner with clients to deliver projects that have a lasting impact on the health and wellness of our communities,” said CEO Mark Hourigan in a statement. “Brian’s new responsibilities are a reflection of our deep commitment to serve this market at the highest level.”
Brown is a certified healthcare constructor (CHC), a member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) and a LEED-accredited professional.
Hourigan’s current projects include VCU Health’s Adult Outpatient Pavilion, which includes 604,000 square feet of various clinical disciplines, the Massey Cancer Center and a 472,000-square-foot parking garage. Hourigan is also working on a building addition for a new hybrid operating room at Bon Secours Mercy Health’s Memorial Regional Medical Center in Mechanicsville; a master facility plan expansion for Chesapeake Regional Medical Center; and an imaging center for HCA Virginia’s Johnston-Willis Hospital in Chesterfield.