A top-ranked health care and health sciences-focused architecture firm has added to its executive staff.

E4H Environments for Health Architecture, the largest architecture firm solely dedicated to health care and health science and technology design, has named Andrew Pardue associate partner. He will support current and future health care and health science clients in Charleston and across the state of South Carolina, according to an E4H news release.

E4H Environments for Health Architecture, ranked No. 1 among health care focused architecture firms in Engineering News Record’s annual Top 500 Design Firms Sourcebook survey, recently began work on the new Roper St. Francis Medical Campus in North Charleston, the release stated. Pardue will enhance E4H’s presence in greater Charleston, supporting clients by providing evidence-based, value-focused, and purpose-driven design, according to the release.

“We highly value our Charleston region clients and are excited to bring additional resources to serve these incredible institutions,” said partner Jeremy Bartz. “Andrew’s expertise and passion will support the expansion of our services in this area.”

Over the course of 13 years as a health care architect and planner, Pardue’s work experience includes the planning and design of large-scale healthcare facilities, academic medical centers, replacement hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and medical office buildings, the release stated. He leads teams from the initial concepts and design documents through construction administration. Pardue has worked with several local healthcare clients throughout the southeast, serving as a skilled designer and trusted advisor.

“I am excited to join a firm that shares my connection to purpose, design philosophy, and values,” Pardue said in the release. “I look forward to integrating my experience with E4H’s expertise and delivering impactful transformative design across South Carolina.”

E4H is committed to enhancing community health and wellness, bolstering innovative research initiatives, and continuing its mission of designing for the future of health care and health science and technology.