David Tepper is a Principal at Ennead Architects and leads the firm’s healthcare practice. Mr. Tepper focuses on strategic planning, campus design, infrastructure and implementation for complex healthcare environments, working with stakeholders to define priorities and build consensus. He has a special expertise in resilience for essential facilities and works with institutions to plan for continued climate change, retrofit existing buildings, and establish standards for mission-critical facilities. Mr. Tepper received a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University in 1995 and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University in 1991. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Society for Campus and University Planning.