Doug Carney

SVP for Facilities, Real Estate and Capital Program

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Doug Carney a featured speaker at HealthSpaces ’18.

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 Doug Carney is the Senior Vice-President for Facilities, Real Estate and Capital Program at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and has previously served as a non-voting member of the Trustees Finance and Capital Program Committee and Buildings and Grounds sub-committee. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has recently completed over $1.2 billion dollars of construction activity and is planning similar levels of activity over the next decade.

He has significant Capital Program Management and Construction Project Consulting experience and has held a faculty appointment to Drexel University in Philadelphia since 2004, teaching Real Estate Development & Construction Management. Mr. Carney has been a guest lecturer in the Widener University MBA program and the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School’s Zell Lurie Real Estate Program.

His professional achievements include providing key leadership and strategic vision for completion of the Wharton School construction in San Francisco and Philadelphia. Mr. Carney has specialized in developing and provided strategic leadership for highly effective cross-functional teams in capital projects, facilities operations, and real estate environments in large institutional settings.

Mr. Carney has led efforts to systematize and developed innovative management plans for tracking major capital programs and construction management efforts for large, complex projects in the Educational, Healthcare and Corporate Markets and enjoys a record of exceeding stakeholder expectations through careful success planning and outstanding management in construction and facilities management.

Mr. Carney is a Registered Architect in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and is certified by the National Council of Architects Registrations Boards. He has earned his MBA from Eastern University Summa Cum Laude and his Bachelor’s of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University with honors.