Faculty Profile:

Craig Puccetti, AIA, EDAC, ACHAPrincipal-In-Charge, AustinBSA LifeStructures

Craig Puccetti is the Principal-In-Charge in Austin at BSA LifeStructures with over 25 years of healthcare design experience. Craig has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University and is a registered architect in the State of Texas and Indiana. Craig is also the current 2019 Chair and past Co-Chair/Chair of AIA Academy of Architecture for Health and is American College of HealthCare Architects (ACHA) and Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) Certified. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1991, he immediately started his career with interest in healthcare architecture and has spent his career dedicated to creating healing environments that enhance the patient experience and promote efficiency and positive outcomes. Craig has been involved in numerous complex healthcare projects utilizing design interventions that allow for re-envisioning and promotion of innovative design concepts to enhance the user experience. Craig has an expertise in licensed Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC’s) and Micro/Neighborhood Hospitals and is currently participating on the Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Facility Licensing Rule Review/FGI Adoption Committee for ASC’s in addition to the Facilities Guidelines Institute (FGI) HGRC Rural Health Topic Group.