Allison Dar Promoted to Associate Partner

posted March 16th, 2022 in News

by Allison Dar


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E4H announces the promotion of Allison Dar, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP, to Associate Partner. Allison has over 20 years of healthcare design experience. She manages several key mid-Atlantic projects including projects for John Hopkins Medicine, Hematology and Oncology Associates of Fredericksburg, Healthcrest, Adventist, as well as multi-facility roll-outs for Shady Grove Fertility.

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Allison Dar to Associate Partner,” said John Scoggin, AIA, Partner. “Allison’s commitment to healthcare design is remarkable, working with clients and in the community. She is committed to mentoring emerging professionals, and raising up others in her journey to leadership. Her depth of knowledge grows exponentially with each project she takes on.”

Allison has extensive experience in a wide variety of healthcare projects including, but not limited to large scale hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, oncology, and women’s health facilities. She is responsible for all aspects of the design process including programming, planning, design, coordination, and construction administration. Allison received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Ohio State University, and a Master of Architecture from Catholic University. Allison sits on the board for the DC chapter of Women in Healthcare, and is an Adjunct Professor of Healthcare Design at Marymount University.

About Allison Dar

AIA, LEED AP, EDAC, Director of DC Office/Principal

Allison has over 20 years in healthcare design. She started her career working on greenfield and replacement hospitals ranging from 100,000SF to over 1MSF for local community healthcare providers as well as Army Corps of Engineers and Veterans Administration. She expanded her portfolio to outpatient facilities serving private sector Cancer care, Imaging, Ambulatory and Fertility practices. Allison is responsible for programming, planning, design, coordination, and construction administration of her projects. Allison has assisted in master planning, site selection, and facility assessments for hospitals and outpatient facilities in support of growth and improvement strategies. In her free time, Allison gives back through teaching healthcare and wellness studios at a local university and sitting as the Mentorship Chair for Women in Healthcare in Washington, DC. In her free time she enjoys running, reading, and traveling.

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