Robert P. Moroz, AIA, LEED AP
Vice President

Mr. Robert P. Moroz, AIA, LEED AP, Vice President for Broaddus & Associates, possesses over 35 years of experience in the planning and design of hospital, medical education, and biomedical research facilities in the roles of owner, project manager, consultant, and builder. He currently serves as Program Director where he is responsible for managing the design, construction and owner activation of the $778-million University Hospital at the Medical Center for University Health System in San Antonio, Texas.


Mr. Moroz serves on the Steering Committee of The Green Guide for Healthcare, and has become a member of the Regional Action Committee of the Gulf Coast Application Center at the Houston Advanced Research Center, and Ascension Health System's Patient Centered Design Committee.


Prior to joining Broaddus & Associates, Mr. Moroz served as Vice President of Facilities at the Seton Healthcare Network, where he directed Real Estate, Design and Construction activities on 137 active projects with capital budgets of $468 million. Several projects developed during his tenure received design awards. In particular, the Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas obtained a LEED Platinum rating from the United States Green Building Council. This is the first hospital to be so recognized in the world.


In his previous role as a Project Executive for Gilbane Building Company, Mr. Moroz directed program management, construction management and general contracting assignments for capital facilities programs exceeding $300 million in value in aggregate.


As owner of his own architecture and healthcare consulting firm, Mr. Moroz offered traditional architectural design services on projects including OR surgical suites, positron diagnostic research centers, level three trauma center, and intensive care units. His firm also completed biomedical research laboratory renovation projects for the Children's Nutrition Center in Houston, Texas.


Mr. Moroz, a registered architect in five states, provided “Project Launching” services for the Children's Nutrition Research Center's new clinical and research facility. He provided similar services for the West Virginia University Ambulatory Care Center in Morgantown and the Batchelor Children's Center, Research, and Diagnostic Institute at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Miami, Florida.


Robert P. Moroz, AIA, LEED AP | Vice President