Solvei Neiger has 30 years of professional experience working on healthcare and institutional projects. Her diverse medical background includes master planning, planning, programming, project management, technical design, and construction administration. Solvei’s broad healthcare experience encompasses remodels, new construction, and major additions to existing hospitals. At ZGF, Solvei has led healthcare projects for several pediatric and adult facilities in the Pacific Northwest and medical institutions across the country. Communicating effectively with large and complex user groups, Solvei plans and designs environments that are operationally efficient, flexible, and cost effective, while supporting patient and family experience. Recent projects include the Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center Critical Care Building, Oregon Health & Science University Center of Health and Healing 2, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital Surgery Addition, Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland, OR; the Bay Area Hospital Expansion in Coos Bay, OR; and program studies for the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, IA. Solvei is past chair of the AIA Architecture for Health Panel in the Pacific Northwest and a member of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA). She has a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University and a Green Belt Lean Certification for Facilities Design.
University of California, San Francisco – Child, Teen & Family Center and Dept. of Psychiatry Building