Jeffery Gillispie, NCIDQ, LEED AP
WSi Interior Designers work with the client's team and the design team from initial bid to award and throughout the design and review phases. They also assist with procurement and installation of the furniture. This task includes furniture/finish research, selection, code compliance, specification and contract documentation.
Our Interior Design team lead, Jeffrey received his Interior Design Degree from the University of Kentucky and obtained his NCIDQ in 1997. He has worked as an interior designer on US Military projects for 23 years and has over 90 projects in his resume.
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT PLANNER
WSi Medical Equipment Planners (MEP) are responsible for all aspects of new and assigned reuse medical equipment. This includes managing the purchase, installation/ de-installation, certification or acceptance, functionality and even the disposal of medical equipment.
This Davenport, IA native has 35 years of experience in the medical equipment field, with 22 years as an Air Force Biomedical Equipment Technician and more than 10 years as a medical equipment planner in the private sector with the last 2 years as a medical equipment planner for WSi.
DJ Feather, RRT, MBA
WSi Transition Planners identify and organize all the details needed for a successful opening. With clear timelines and accountability, the seemingly impossible task of relocating into new space becomes more manageable.
In addition to over 15 years of transition planning experience, DJ has worked in the healthcare setting as a bedside clinician and in hospital administrative roles. Her transition experience ranges from single clinic renovations to 400,000 square foot hospital green space projects which involved relocation of 100% of the tertiary care patient population.