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Mary Ann Morales

Art Consultant and Designer

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Projects

  • NorthBay Healthcare Center for Orthopedics - Fairfield, CA 2018

  • PZSE Structural Engineers - Roseville, CA 2018

  • Law Offices of Nelson & Kennard - McClellan AFB, CA 2018

  • Sutter PACE SeniorCare - Sacramento, CA 2018

  • Ridley-Tree Cancer Center, 2017

  • Del Webb Sun City Roseville Timbers Restaurant, 2017

  • Sutter Tracy Care Center, 2017

  • NorthBay VacaValley Oncology, Wellness & Fitness Center – Vacaville, CA 2014-2017

  • Sutter MOB 8 Oncology & Infusion – Roseville, CA 2015-2016

  • Rideout Regional Medical Center – Marysville, CA, 2013-2016

  • Acadia Behavioral Health  - San Jose, CA 2015-2016

  • West Hills Hospital & ED – West Hills, CA multi-year phased project 2013-2017

  • Dignity Health Mercy General Hospital CIU, ED, Kondos corridor– Sac, CA 2014-2016

  • Sutter Health Plus office relocation and cafe – Sac, CA 2016

Mary Ann has been an essential member of the ACS team since early 2013. Her integration of talents in bookkeeping and budgeting, background as a hobbyist/artist, and her avid DIY home improvement project skill set all feed into her art consulting projects and have made her a stand-out designer with regards to incorporating multiple artists, materials and interiors elements into her artwork designs. She has become the lead for ACS in managing suppliers with regards to quality, durability and pricing as new products come onto the market. Mary Ann has successfully managed over 70 projects for ACS as the lead designer, and supported countless more, with a specialization in healthcare, local artist recruiting and OSHPD. In 2016, Mary Ann managed all aspects of the installation of a 5-story hospital project, Rideout Regional Medical Center, that ACS had been engaged with for over three years.  To successfully complete that project required Mary Ann to regularly collaborate and coordinate with hospital administration and foundation, architects, interior designers, emerging artists and signage vendors. This project involved more local artwork than any other project ACS has done to date, requiring Mary Ann to manage the acquistion and curating of 492 pieces of artwork from local artists and students, as well as regional and national artists, in addition to interfacing with OSHPD, facilities, the construction superintendant and project architect regularly as the artwork was installed.