MADISON, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ERDMAN announced the recent addition of Scott Nugent, Project Executive.
Nugent brings more than 20 years of architecture, construction, and real
estate experience including extensive experience in integrated health
systems. Nugent managed the strategic capital planning and long-range
forecasting for the California portfolio of 73 buildings, 147 leases and
a total of $1.65M square feet of acute care, outpatient and office space
at Providence Health & Services.
Nugent will play a critical role in overseeing new projects to achieve
established financial, project, and client satisfaction goals. Our
clients will benefit from Nugent’s extensive expertise in leading and
managing complex healthcare projects. Nugent’s skills in root cause
analysis for creative ideas aligns with ERDMAN’s integrative thinking
approach to solving complex problems.
Nugent was most recently a Principal with Glynnwood, Inc., where he
provided consulting for the design and construction industry with an
emphasis on lean project delivery and small business administration. He
also provided project development and delivery management, evaluating
project risks and delivery model for successful execution. Prior to
working as a Principal with Glynnwood, Inc., Nugent was the Director of
Real Estate with Providence Health & Services in California and worked
closely with the ERDMAN Team. ERDMAN’s integrated project delivery and
his strong belief in that delivery model was a major driver in his
decision to join the ERDMAN team. Nugent received his Masters of
Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He
is a licensed architect in the state of California and is a LEED
“I am excited about adding such an experienced team member that has led
successful projects from the client and the delivery side,” says Brian
Happ, CEO. “Scott has great leadership skills and will continue to
enhance ERDMAN’s capabilities to deliver top quality solutions that
enhance our clients’ objectives to improve healthcare in the communities
At ERDMANSM, we believe that the questions of new service
offerings, population health, patient experience, new care models, and
facilities are not separate, isolated challenges. We believe that by
looking at these challenges through multiple perspectives
simultaneously, we come up with more effective and efficient solutions.
Through our Integrative Thinking, we take on the complex challenges of
healthcare to help our clients build healthier communities. www.erdman.com.
Jenne Meyer, 608-410-8025