Steven Shogrin

Steven Shogrin

Omaha, NE, US



Steven has more than 25 years of experience as a Project Planner, Programmer, and Designer.  He has successfully led the design, planning, and programming of over 5 million square feet of Healthcare and Higher Education projects.  Steven’s experience and insights allows him to understand an organization’s vision, goals, and outcomes.  He has led numerous successful planning initiatives to generate the shared vision and build consensus among stakeholders.  Steven excels at collaborating with the client, user groups, contractors, consultants, and government agencies on projects.

Steven has worked in the healthcare industry for many years so he has a thorough understanding of healthcare trends, issues and concerns, and makes these integral in his upfront thinking and planning.  Whether it is new hospital planning or complex multi-phased renovation, Steven has an excellent track record of keeping projects on budget and in schedule.

Steven holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Kansas, is LEED Certified, and member of the AIA. He is a Registered Architect in multiple states.



TSP Inc., Omaha, NE, US, Healthcare Leader

Healthcare Leader and Senior Healthcare Planner. Primary focus was healthcare pursuits in marketing and business development. I led a number of Healthcare Planning efforts at several Community and Critical Access Hospitals, along with Outpatient Clinics and Medical Office Building Planning.

Aug 2013 - Aug 2016

HDR, Omaha, NE, US, Senior Healthcare Planner

Senior Healthcare Planner. Led planning efforts on numerous large and significant new hospitals, multi-phased additions and renovations to existing hospitals, space programming & narratives, master planning, schematic design, 3D renderings.

Senior Designer. Led planning and schematic design efforts on a number of higher education projects.

Oct 2001 - Aug 2013

Alley Poyner Architecture, Omaha, NE, US, Project Architect/ Manager

Project Architect and Manager. Led project teams from marketing/business development through construction administration. Programming, preliminary planning, schematic design, design development, construction documents, bidding and negotiations, construction administration, specification writing, cost estimating/ budgeting, 3D and traditional media renderings, interior design, Computer & Technology Lead

Dec 1989 - Aug 2001


The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, BArch, Architecture

Started as double major in Architecture and Engineering. All requirements of Architecture Degree. included Art & Sculpture, Computer Programming, Psychology, Calculus, Physics, Chemistry.

Sep 1984 - May 1989

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