Ann Fontaine-Fisher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Ann Fontaine-Fisher, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Practice Leader, is a registered architect with 29 years of experience, 18 exclusively in healthcare design. Ann has focused on the development of facilities for acute, ambulatory, rehabilitative, women's health, and long-term care. Her design solutions provide creative responses to the diverse needs of medical staff and their patients while being sensitive to the operational demands of the hospital. She is a LEED-accredited professional, promoting healthy, high-performance, and sustainable building design.

In her spare time, Ann enjoys landscaping and gardening as well as doing a variety of other projects around her home. She also likes to ski and ride her bicycle when she has the opportunity.


Education
  • Boston Architectural College, Bachelor of Architecture
  • Endicott College, A.S., Interior Design
Credentials
  • Licensed Architect
    • Maine
    • New York
  • LEED Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction (BD+C)
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certification
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Membership
Industry Memberships & Involvement
  • Member – AIA Maine
  • Corporate Member – Maine Hospital Association
  • Supporting Member – New England Healthcare Engineers Society
  • Supporting Member – Maine Healthcare Engineers Society
 
Community Involvement
  • Member – Board of Directors, Portland Society of Architects (2005–2011)
  • Member – Board of Directors, AIA Maine (1995–2005)
  • Member – Design Awards Committee, AIA Maine (2006 & 1999)
  • Chair – Design Awards Committee, AIA Maine (2003 & 2001)
Publications & Presentations
  • MEHES/2017 Meeting, Presentation: Case Study - Complexities of Transforming a Leased Business Occupancy into an Ambulatory Health Care Occupancy