McLean Architects has a national presence in medical architecture. Concentrated expertise in design for cancer care has enabled the firm to expand its practice across the United States. The cancer treatment center in Pine Bluff Arkansas pictured on the right is one of the firm's flagship medical projects. Albequerque New Mexico and Yakima Washington are sites of notable multi-physician radiation and medical oncology facilities.
The firm's history includes centers in Greenbriar County and Princeton West Virginia, Paris Tennessee, Murray Kentucky, Sheriden Wyoming, Butler Pennsylvania, and a regional cancer care facility for Christiana Care Health System in Delaware. Most recently, McLean Architects designed a Medical Oncology/Hematology Center in West Virginia for the Weirton Medical Center.
McLean Architects provides professional services to private and non-profit providers of special-needs housing and group-homes. Expertise in medical and residential design blend naturally into this sector of the market. Our innovative new designs and adaptive transformations of existing residences allow accessible and assisted-living facilities to blend effectively into local neighborhoods where residents enjoy a vibrant and community-connected quality of life.