GBMC Orthopaedic Specialist of Maryland Suite Project Earns ABC Excellence in Construction AwardRead More
Congratulations to the CRGA Design staff who created the "Kinetic Hospital" for Healthcare Design Magazine's "Breaking Through" conceptual design competition! The competition challenged industry members to look beyond the usual rules and restrictions of healthcare design to answer the challenges they anticipate for the future of healthcare delivery. CRGA's design serves as a flexible framework for healthcare and is capable of growing or shrinking as required in order to adapt to evolving technologies, communities, medicines, and construction methods.Read More
CRGA Design is extremely proud to announce that our founding principal, Charles (“Chuck”) R. Goodman, AIA, EDAC, has been named an Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce 2018 Hall of Fame Honoree.Read More
Usama Hassanein and Lee Driskill will focus on healthcare design and senior living design, respectively.Read More
"The assistance from generous members of our community like Chuck Goodman helps us to support our mission by offsetting costs with volunteer expertise and labor...They are true community service volunteers."
CRGA has a strong passion for healthcare design and giving back to the community. Learn more about our role in Owensville Primary Care's behavioral health projectRead More
Transitioning from the academic world to the professional world can be intimidating at first – how can you bridge the gap between what you’ve learned in school and what you will be learning in the professional studio? CRGA’s Rolf Haarstad and Sandy Goodman helped today’s emerging professionals do just that at Array Architects' “Mind the Gap: Healthcare Architecture Through Practice & Education” event. The event brought together many of the industry’s local design professionals and architecture students in an engaging discussion about the demands of a healthcare architecture profession. Hear what CRGA Senior Vice President Rolf Haarstad has to say about the industry.Read More