AMY BULLER, AIA
Amy’s architectural expertise is in the design of projects requiring innovative solutions to make our client’s specialized designs a reality. From healthcare projects to research laboratories, her design experience includes multiple renovation projects for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) campus, as well as corporate medical clinics and university physics and research laboratories. Amy is involved in all aspects of the design process, from programming through construction administration, and is a key component of the MILES HEALTH & SCIENCE TEAM.
Two of Amy's most sophisticated projects are the Cardiology Diagnosis and Treatment Center for OU Medicine's Cardiovascular Institute and Chun C. Lin Hall for the University of Oklahoma's Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy. The first is a 20,000 SF, $20-million project located on the OUHSC campus and consists of two hybrid electrophysiology operating rooms, one hybrid cardiac catheterization operating room, and three single-plane catheterization labs. The latter is a 55,000 SF, $30-million project located on OU’s main campus in Norman, Oklahoma. This project consists of two floors of AMO & CM research labs and one floor of offices. Both projects required precise detailing to meet the vibration and shielding design requirements of the specified equipment.
OKLAHOMA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OU HEALTH QUINCY LENORMAN NUTRITION CENTER
OKLAHOMA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OU HEALTH PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT EXPANSION
OU CHUN C. LIN HALL PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY BUILDING
OKLAHOMA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OU HEALTH PEDIATRIC POST ANESTHESIA UNIT
OU HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA MEDICAL CENTER HYBRID ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY & INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY SUITE
OU HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA MEDICAL CENTER RADIOLOGY VIR RELOCATION
The University of Kansas
Bachelor of Architecture
Master of Architecture
Herman Miller Healthcare Intern Architect Scholarship
Recipient - 2010
American Institute of Architects