Frank obtained his degree in architecture from The University at Buffalo in 2001 and moved from upstate New York to Nashville, Tennessee after graduating to pursue his career in architecture. He joined Marshall Craft Associates in 2021 as an Associate Principal in the Healthcare Design Studio, and was promoted to the role of Principal in 2022.
Frank Rosato’s career as an architect has been spent largely in the private sector. Throughout his career, Frank has developed a well-rounded portfolio consisting of projects in Healthcare, K-12 Education, Automotive, and Industrial architecture. Frank’s specialty, however, is in Healthcare. He has completed over 10 Emergency Department and Freestanding Emergency Department projects, several imaging department renovations, and patient bed renovations. Frank has dedicated a majority of his career to Life Safety in Healthcare and has completed over 50 Life Safety assessments of hospitals while also completing 2 Fire Safety Evaluation Surveys.
Frank has primarily served clients in the private Healthcare sector including Community Health Systems, AdventHealth, and HCA Healthcare. A vast majority of Frank’s projects have been located in the states of Florida, Tennessee, and Texas while also completing Life Safety Assessments for hospitals located all over the continental United States ranging from the southeast to the pacific northwest.
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Frank is weirdly ambidextrous and has a different dominate hand for various things. He writes, plays hockey, baseball, and basketball right handed while he plays tennis, shoots pool, and eats food left handed. Frank played doubles for his high school tennis team and won 3rd place in sectionals his senior year while playing left handed.