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DJC Builder Breakfast: The Future of Healthcare Facilities Construction


Sep 29, 2020 08:11 AM

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Trent Rehfeldt
Market Executive @Mortenson
As the healthcare market leader for Mortenson’s Portland office, Trent’s responsibilities include: project acquisition, relationship management, preconstruction, construction and project development activities, and healthcare market leadership. Trent is focused on project positioning, building strategic relationships and creating lasting partnerships. Trent has over 15 years of experience working on complex healthcare projects. He has worked on both sides of the table as both a general contractor and as an Owners Representative for a national healthcare system.
Doug Nelson
Systems Vice President, Planning & Development @PeaceHealth
Doug Nelson is the System Vice President of Planning & Development for PeaceHealth, responsible for all inpatient and ambulatory facility master planning efforts, as well as managing over 8 million square feet of property. Previously, Doug managed all planning and major construction efforts at Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, California. Doug has over 29 years of leadership experience in the Strategic Planning, Entitlement, Programming, Design, and Construction of large, complex capital programs, as well as management of large property portfolios.
Larry Parrett
Principal @NBBJ
Larry Parrett is a registered architect and management professional with experience encompassing architecture, real estate development and project management consulting, including specific expertise in architectural firm administration and the planning and management of major capital improvement projects. His primary focus over the past 25 years has been creating and leading high-performance teams for healthcare facilities projects ranging from renovations and expansions to large-scale hospital additions and replacements, including projects in the United States, India, Bangladesh, and Korea.