Resources - Medical Resume


FIRM: RCG Architecture

EDUCATION: Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arizona, 1976



  • Registered Architect, California (C-11,242)
  • NCARB Certificate #50961


  • Mr. Gooyer is a senior medical facilities architect with extensive experience having completed well over 80 medical projects ranging from 500 sq.ft. to over 300,000 sq.ft. in size. His experience ranges from all aspects of medical projects from complete acute medical facilities, skilled nursing facilities, medical office buildings to numerous specialty items such as morgues, ER radiology suites, cardiac cath labs, MRI units, CT scanners, linear accelerators and research labs.
  • Mr. Gooyer has extensive experience in all phases of the project from initial programming to contract administration and project close-out, so vital to the satisfactory conclusion of a complex project.


  • Eisenhower Medical Center, an acute hospital including surgical suites, ICU, CCU, support facilities, etc.
    Rancho Mirage, California.
  • Eisenhower Medical Center, remodel, renovation and upgrade of over 100,000 sq.ft. of the existing morgue, central plant, main kitchen and associated areas.
  • Kaiser Medical Center 105,000 sq.ft. medical office building and hospital renovation,
    Redwood City, California.
  • The Palms Medical Center, 180 bed, 75,000 sq.ft. SNF
    Palm Desert, California.
  • Mills-Peninsula Hospitals, long term numerous projects
    San Mateo & Burlingame, California.
  • UCSF Nephrology Laboratory and associated office space,
    San Francisco, California.
  • The Fountains, 55,000 sq.ft. Skilled Nursing Facility and 22 acre master plan,
    Yuba City, California.
  • San Mateo County General Hospital, JCAHO mandated upgrades and renovations of the facility,
    San Mateo, California.
  • Regional Medical Center of San Jose, 18 acre master plan and extensive renovations over a 10 year period,
    San Jose, California.
  • Greater Sacramento Medical Plaza, a 35,000 sq.ft. ambulatory surgery center and clinics,
    Sacramento, California.


  • Past President, American Institute of Architects (AIASMC)
  • Fellow, Health Facility Institute (FHFI)
  • Member, American Hospital Association (AHA)
  • Member, Academy of Architecture for Health of the AIA
  • Master Commissioner, California Architects Board (CAB)
  • Emergency Safety Assessment Inspector of the OES/AIA/SMC
  • Planning Comissioner, City of San Mateo


  • Downtown Development Award, San Mateo, 1990
  • Superior Design Award, University of Arizona
  • San Francisco Industrial Arts Association Design Award