Dan Killebrew, AIA, has joined Page as an Associate Principal specializing in the design of healthcare facilities. During his three-plus decade career, he has created solutions for healthcare projects in the full spectrum of architectural services from master planning and pre-design through implementation documents and contract administration.
Over the years, Dan has shared his expertise at healthcare conferences and served on the AIA Dallas Chapter Board of Directors in different capacities, working towards achieving educational and business objectives common to all design disciplines. He was also on the Board of Directors of the Health Industry Council, which provides a forum for diverse business industries related to healthcare such as hospitals, pharmaceuticals, academic institutions, financial entities, real estate brokers, and consultants.
A seasoned professional at facility assessment, feasibility, and test-fit opportunities, Dan is also a proven team leader. His approach to successfully motivating valuable individual contributions stems from his belief in creating a “safe place” for sharing ideas, concepts, and approaches to problem-solving regardless of backgrounds, cultures, or interests.
Dan is inspired by a famous Theodore Roosevelt quote about the worth of “the man in the arena” who is actually doing the work, who tries again and again and triumphs in the end. This is a fitting observation from an architect who specializes in a field that has undergone a massive upheaval in the past decade, partially driven by technology, partially by legislation and partially by client and user expectations.
Prior to joining Page, Dan served as Executive Director for Devenney Group Architects, a healthcare design firm, overseeing business development and practice leadership. He was previously principal at FKP Architects for a decade and before that, principal at RTKL, an architecture and planning firm. Dan earned his B.S. in Architecture at Oklahoma State University.