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Certified Healthcare Constructor

AprilĀ 2016 - A longtime FORMA Superintendent earns a new ASHE credential

Congratulations to FORMA Superintendent Mike Hagen who passed his ASHE exams this morning and has been officially recognized by the American Hospital Association as a Certified Healthcare Constructor (CHC) -- a national credential that distinguishes an individual as being among the elite in the health care construction profession.

Earning the CHC credential is no small accomplishment -- there are less than 25 people in the State of Washington currently certified, so we are thrilled for Mike and excited to see him continue to lead FORMA's complex construction projects in active hospitals and critical care facilities.

Great work Mike!