2018 Spring Owners Leadership Conference | Omni William Penn | Pittsburgh, PA | May 9-11, 2018



Allison Muth, Texas Children's Hospital

Speaker Sessions:

COAA 101: How COAA Can Make You Smarter, More Attractive, and Possibly Cure the Common Cold

Speaker Bio:

Allison Muth is the Director of Facilities Planning & Development at Texas Children’s Hospital. She has responsibility for the Project Management staff covering all aspects of planning, design, and project delivery for Texas Children’s. Allison is a licensed architect in Texas and a NCARB certificate holder. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Texas Society of Architects, the Houston Chapter AIA, and the Construction Owner’s Association of America (COAA). Allison is a graduate of Virginia Tech where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the College of Architecture. Prior to joining the healthcare industry she spent many years in traditional architectural practice and was involved in all phases of projects at architectural firms in both Washington, D.C. and Houston. Her career in healthcare project management began at Texas Children's Hospital in 2003. Her leadership has focused on the ongoing capital project management program and successful project delivery for all construction and renovation projects within the Texas Children’s system. Her passion to align project management with facilities standards created an effortless transition of the Facilities Interiors and Logistic Programs under her Leadership as well in 2011. With the on-going growth of Texas Children’s, she has recently returned to her primary focus of project management and has full oversight of the design and construction efforts related to project delivery for renovation and new construction for the Organization. Allison actively participates on the Committee on Architecture for Health –AIA Houston, several Texas Children's Committees related to Capital Management, Facilities, and Life Safety and has recently been named the Interim President for the TX COAA Chapter.