Fred has worked in the architecture industry 36 plus years. He was drawn to the architectural industry growing up amongst Alden B. Dow who was a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice that designed buildings near Midland, Michigan where Fred grew up. With a Bachelor of Science and Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan, Fred’s deep fascination for drawing and designing facilities has helped shape his successful career as a professional architect. Fred is a registered architect in Michigan and Colorado. During the course of his career Fred has worked as a Designer, Design Director, and Healthcare Practice Director which has infused him with an owner’s perspective. As an exceptionally clear thinker, Mr. Wesolowski understands the needs of complex healthcare organizations, with knowledge of how to balance the demands of the varied constituents, thus, building alignment and consensus. In his spare time, he takes pleasure in traveling and spending time with his family.

Education

Master of Architecture with High Distinction, 1984

University of Michigan

Bachelor of Science with Class Honors, 1982

University of Michigan

Associate in Science with Highest Honors, 1980

Delta College

Professional Registrations/ Certifications

Registered Architect, Michigan

Registered Architect, Colorado

American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) Board Certification

Evidenced- Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC); Center for Health Design

Professional Memberships

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP)

American Institute of Architects (AIA)Presidential Board of Trustees Scholar

National Honor Society, Vice President

American Institute of Architects Scholar

Architectural Honor Society, Tau Sigma Delta

ASHRAE Student Chapter – Director, Vice President

University of Michigan Community College Scholar