With over 45 years of architectural experience, Mr. Fink enjoys the challenges of managing the development and execution of complex projects, from multi-phased renovations and expansions of occupied facilities to brand new additions and replacement facilities. From the beginning years of his career to the present, Mr. Fink has played an integral role in some of the largest new facility projects in the Northern New Jersey and New York Metropolitan region, including the two-and-a-half-million-square-foot AT&T Corporate Headquarters Building in Basking Ridge, NJ, which was one of the largest corporate office complexes to be constructed in the United States at that time, as well as the recently completed $125 million New Medical Center and Ambulatory Care Center for Jersey City Medical Center.
Mr. Fink has focused on healthcare facility design for more than half of his career, and he has proven his ability to successfully manage large, complex multi-building healthcare facility complexes through his work on the 13-building $121 million Madinat-Yanbu Al Sinaiyah Medical Center in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, which was completed on time and within budget. Working with the Program and Construction Management firm, Ralph Parsons Ltd. from Pasadena, CA, Mr. Fink remained on-site to provide advisory services at the site throughout the construction period. His noteworthy healthcare projects in the United States have included the design of new patient towers for hospitals such as St. Elizabeth Hospital in Elizabeth, NJ, and Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol, PA.
Mr. Fink offers significant recent experience in the design of facilities for behavioral healthcare. He was responsible for the design and construction administration for the new Behavioral Health Building at Kings County Hospital Center, part of the Major Redevelopment, Phase IV at the hospital campus in Brooklyn, NY. The design philosophy and layout for this new building promotes the process of helping patients become healthy enough to return to the community. His experience also includes the “basis for design” for the consolidation and replacement of Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in Morris County, NJ, which involves the restructuring of the entire facility to consolidate the 670-acre site into 250 acres to accommodate 400 beds. Other similar experience includes his work as Project Manager for the Psychiatric Crisis Center as part of the $25 million Consolidated Patient Services Project at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, one of the largest and most active emergency departments in the region.