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WILLIAM MORGAN

Senior Consultant

CHFM, FASHE

 

William Morgan joined MSL in 2013, and serves as a Senior Consultant. He has over thirty years of experience in facility management, plant operations, construction management, and building management for multiple sites and types of buildings. Bill has strong experience with the Environment of Care, Emergency Management, and Life Safety responsibilities.

Prior to MSL, William was Facility Manager at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. At Saint Alphonsus he managed facilities, plant operations, grounds, and fleet vehicle maintenance for a two million square foot plus system. Additional experience includes Director of Facilities at Saint Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana, a 200-bed hospital, and as Facility Manager for Saint Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise. While working for Saint Alphonsus, William was awarded the Regional Healthcare Energy management award from North West Energy Efficiency Alliances’ Better Bricks program.

William worked for The Joint Commission for five years as a Life Safety Code Surveyor. He has conducted Life Safety tours of healthcare buildings, conducted the Environment of Care review sessions as well as Emergency Management program reviews in all sizes of facilities.

William received an AAS in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning from Boise State University, and a Bachelor of Applied Science from Boise State University. William is a long-standing member of the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), served on the ASHE Board of Directors and was President of the society in 2006. William is a Fellow in the society and currently serves on the Education Committee. He is an honorary member of the Idaho Society of Healthcare Engineers. While working in health care William was also active in the U.S. Navy Reserve until retirement serving ten years in the Construction Battalion (SEA BEE’s) and eight years as assistant Navy liaison officer for emergency management to the state of Idaho.