Transwestern has hired Lisa Feeley to be the new vice president of project management and construction for its health-care advisory services group. In this role, Feeley will oversee business development efforts and tenant improvements for the company’s portfolio of health-care and life science projects. She will work from the firm’s Charlotte, N.C., office.
Feeley possesses more than 30 years of experience across a broad spectrum of health-care and life sciences firms. Prior to her appointment at Transwestern, she held a business development role with international engineering firm IMEG from 2013. Feeley’s background includes positions with Megastream Media, Roche Diagnostics, Deloitte & Touche and Macy’s. Additionally, she currently works as an adjunct professor with Purdue University’s online Six Sigma program.
“Lisa’s diverse background equips her with valuable knowledge in operational efficiencies, project management and strategic planning—all areas that are crucial to those delivering products and services in today’s demanding health-care environment,” said Eric Johnson, national health-care director of Transwestern, in a prepared statement.
Earlier in June, Transwestern expanded their health-care advisory services team with the promotion of Justin Brasell.
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