Danny Berger earned his undergraduate degree in Architecture from Ball State University and his master’s degree in Architecture from Texas A&M University. He considers himself a student of life, always seeking more knowledge and expertise. Danny looks forward to the growth potential within EIKON and working alongside other talented professionals.
Most interesting experience: a two-week field study in Normandy, France with the Center for Heritage Conservation at Texas A&M. Danny rappelled down cliffs at Pointe du Hoc, which is a WWII battle site and memorial. His group analyzed the integrity of the cliffs for the reopening of an observation post.
Danny has been following discussions on Evidence Based Design and how it pertains to Healthcare Architecture. He finds it exciting to be able to prove that a design can positively impact the health outcomes for patients.
In the past, Danny has been involved with Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together. He supports these organizations because of the beneficial impact they can make in people’s lives.