We combine strategic expertise, creativity, and sensitivity to design healing environments that support patient well-being and enrich the communities we serve.
With over 70 years of combined healthcare expertise, the leadership team at CosciaMoos is driven by excellence to design sustainable and forward-thinking environments. We believe the built environment should provide practical ease-of-use for staff, comfort for visitors, and adaptability for future requirements and standards.
About Erica Anderson-Blaylock
Specializing in healthcare facilities, Erica takes the lead on projects and guides clients and consultants through the construction process to a successful end. She thrives on meeting the challenges of complex programming while meeting the needs of each individual client. Having been raised in a family that owned a large general construction company, she recognizes the need for open communication between designers and contractors to creatively solve problems, and her thorough attention to detail ensures that each project she works on is efficiently and effectively coordinated.
Erica received her Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). She is an Associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and volunteers with the ACE Mentor Program of Greater Philadelphia where she mentors high school students interested in pursuing a career in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction.
What’s your 15 minutes of fame?
Recognized as one of South Jersey’s top 20 young professionals under the age of 40 in South Jersey Biz Magazine’s 2019 ‘20 Under 40’.
Sparks Most Joy:
Receiving a building permit without any review comments on our permit drawings.
What’s something you’ve done but will never do again?
Zipline off of the Great Wall of China.
About Peter Barlow
Peter, a Senior Project Manager and Medical Planner in the Healthcare Studio, uses his design skills to create successful places for people and communities to flourish. He has nearly 20 years of experience in healthcare design, and has handled health campus master planning and the design of hospital and clinic facilities, dental offices, veterinary clinics, and medical office buildings, as well as commercial, retail, and restaurant spaces. He has worked with multiple health system clients to design healthplexes, which have included primary and urgent care clinics, women’s health centers, specialty care clinics, and radiology suites, including MRIs, CT scanners, and X-Rays.
Prior to joining CosciaMoos, Peter was Director of Architecture at Miller Architects and a Designer at LWPB (now LDG), both in Oklahoma City. As an active participant in strategic planning initiatives during his career, he brings a keen understanding of his clients’ business goals to every project. Peter is known as a collaborative and team leader and a true mentor to his colleagues.
A licensed architect, Peter is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a LEED Accredited Professional. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture and hi Master of Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design.
What trend do you hope makes a comeback?
What's If you weren't so awesome at your job, what would be your "Plan B?"
Owning a bicycle shop that sold both coffee and beer with plenty of outside seating.
About George Hannigan
George is a Licensed Architect in New York. He comes to CosciaMoos after 25 years designing and overseeing the construction of over a million square feet of retail space across the US and around the world. With experience on projects ranging from big box hyper markets in Europe to luxury fine jewelers on New York’s Madison Avenue, George has a comprehensive understanding of a wide variety of branded environments with sharp focus on delivering the client’s vision.
Attempting to master the skill of:
Wristwatch repair and restoration
Sparks most joy:
A clear view of the Milky Way Galaxy
Senior Associate, Design Director of Interiors
About Telsa Love
Telsa is a seasoned design mind with a keen eye for how a space should make you feel. An NCIDQ certified Interior Designer, Telsa leads project teams through all things interior from start to finish, and has a rock-solid foundation in FF&E selection, space planning, test-fits, branding and wayfinding. She stays active in the design community and is an active member of the Urban Land Institute and Professional Women in Construction. When she’s not designing, talking about design, or learning about design (notice a pattern?), she’s planning her next trip—though Philly will always be her homebase.
Moody color palettes
About David Moos
Founding principal and managing partner David Moos keeps CosciaMoos thriving, clients happy, and everything running smoothly. He believes in designing solutions–not just buildings–and approaches each project with an open mind and a collaborative spirit. David works closely with clients to ensure the firm’s work supports their partners’ vision, their values, and their budgets. Through a combination of imagination and foresight, he crafts spaces that improve lives today, while remaining flexible enough to accommodate any unexpected changes tomorrow.
A fast learner with a good business sense, David co-founded CosciaMoos to create a practice that offers clients the specialized knowledge and experience he gained working at larger firms, with the attention to detail and personal service of a smaller practice. His professionalism and expertise in the higher-ed and healthcare sectors have helped CosciaMoos grow from a scrappy startup to a resilient firm with a national presence.
David connects with a wide network of interdisciplinary professionals as an active member of the Urban Land Institute, where he co-founded the Philadelphia Health and Life Sciences Product Council. In all his pursuits, he is driven by strong curiosity, a passion for learning new ideas, and a desire to experience new ways of seeing the world. The same drive to take risks and try new things that has helped CosciaMoos grow keeps David taking on new challenges outside the office, whether it’s figuring out how to cool a wine cellar or building a timber-framed barn himself.
David Moos, AIA, is licensed to practice in 26 states. He holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and a BA in History from Brown University.
About Emily Tantillo
As a Senior Interior Designer in CosciaMoos’s Healthcare Studio, Emily thoughtfully combines her experience in a myriad of different sectors (including senior living, education, hospitality, retail, commercial, and multi-family) to create functional and attractive cross-sectional spaces. An NCIDQ-certified interior designer, Emily most enjoys the “puzzle” aspect of design—fitting a client’s program into a pre-determined space both efficiently and elegantly. She takes pride in coming up with solutions to problems before the client even realizes something’s wrong. Emily grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs, earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Pittsburgh, then moved back to Philly to pursue a Master’s degree in Interior Architecture and Design from Drexel University. Now she lives in South Philadelphia with her fiancé and cat, where she regularly rearranges the living room furniture, much to their confusion.
What's something that's interesting about you?
I was a college radio DJ at WPTS at the University of Pittsburgh, and I served as both Music Director and Programming Director. I loved the power of forcing my music taste on anyone in Pittsburgh who turned the dial to 92.1 FM.
What's something you've done but will never do again?
Ride a mule into Bryce Canyon. I am a big fan of roller coasters/thrill rides, but I really thought I was going to die that day.
What trend do you hope makes a comeback?
Tall, flat platform shoes. Like the Spice Girls wore.
Principal, Healthcare Practice Leader
About Renata Zednicek
As a Principal and Healthcare Practice Leader at CosciaMoos, Renata applies nearly 30 years of hands-on experience in medical planning and project management to develop sustainable, adaptable, healing environments. Combining industry research and client engagement with best practices and a sensitivity to the needs of patients and staff, Renata’s approach is inspired by her understanding of the power of the built environment to transform the healthcare experience and facilitate better clinical outcomes. With an awareness of how industry trends may impact health and wellness spaces, Renata can’t predict the future, but she can make sure CosciaMoos’s clients are prepared for it.
Her projects span a variety of types, sizes, and complexities including new construction and renovations of hospitals, ambulatory centers, and outpatient clinics for local and regional providers as well as major health networks such as New York-Presbyterian, Montefiore Health, and Northwell Health. She guides multi-disciplinary teams across all phases of design and construction and brings strategic insight, industry expertise, and creative problem-solving into everything she does. In her view, a successful project is one that prepares facilities with the flexibility to thrive in an industry defined by rapidly changing technology, demographics, and disruptors while maintaining the highest standard of care.
Renata believes in cultivating a supportive workplace that values relationships, encourages individuality, and advances the next generation of architecture professionals through mentorship. Outside of the office, her commitment to the responsible use of resources translates into a personal love of DIY projects involving reuse of salvaged and reclaimed construction materials. She enjoys discovering new and unique travel destinations, sharing adventures with friends, and the restorative power of nature with her husband and rescue dog.
Renata is a LEED accredited professional. She is an alumna of the New York Institute of Technology, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture.
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Healthcare Sector Services
- User workshops
- Site workflow evaluation
- Planning & feasibility studies
- Code analysis
- Master planning
- Key unit configuration
- Workflow simulations
- Interior environments
- Design standards
- Artwork integration
- Furniture selection
- 3-D design simulation
- State regulatory approvals
- Medical equipment coordination
- Specialty vendor coordination
- Phasing and sequencing
- Construction documents
- BIM management
- Value engineering
- Local permitting
- Construction administration
- Occupancy & closeout
- Post-occupancy evaluations
- Prototype design
- Care model definition
- Program development
- Branded environments
- Design standards & guidelines
- Site selection assistance
- Test-fit application studies
- Tenant fit-outs
- Local permitting support
- Construction documents
- On-site construction support
- Physical condition assessment
- FGI program assessments
- Accessibility evaluations
- Functionality assessments
- Space inventories
- Upgrade recommendations
- Rollout adaptation suitability
- 3-D space capture & laser scans
- 360-degree virtual tours