BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE ARCHITECTURE GROUP

ABOUT THE FIRM

BH Architecture LLC is a full service architecture firm, based in New York City, with a national reputation and experience in healthcare design and construction. With extensive experience, expertise, and creativity, the firm creates visually appealing, functional and code compliant healthcare facilities. With a unique understanding of these project types, the firm works closely with the administrators and medical professionals to create healing environments for patients.

Project Types
BH Architecture LLC specializes in three project types: behavioral healthcare, rehabilitation, and addiction treatment.For more information, please see:
– Behavioral Healthcare
– Rehabilitation
– Addiction Treatment

Services
Our experience in the design of state-of- the-art, facilities for behavioral health, rehab, and addiction treatment includes: master planning, planning, programming, architectural design, interior design, specification and procurement of furniture and equipment, project management, expert witness services, and peer reviews. For more information, please see:
– Planning, Design & Architecture
– Furniture & Equipment Planning
– Project Management
– Expert Witness
– Peer Review

Publications
Representative publications include: “Behavioral Health Design and “Letting the Light In”, both published in Health Facilities Management

About the Principal
William N. Bernstein, LEED®AP, AIA, is a registered architect, educated at Yale University (Master of Architecture). He is a well-known healthcare design architect, with a sub-specialty in a number of project types including behavioral healthcare facilities. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, National Council of Registration Boards, Construction Specification Institute and Project Management Institute. Equally strong in design and construction, Mr. Bernstein received a Certificate in Healthcare Construction from the American Hospital Association. His credentials include over (50) healthcare industry articles as well as a monthly column entitled “Hospital Design and Construction” for the Hospital Newspaper. He is a LEED accredited professional, and creates sustainable healthcare environments.