Godspeed announced an investment in Stengel Hill Architecture, which specializes in healthcare facilities, earlier in the week.
by Obey Martin Manayiti
As behavioral healthcare gains more attention in the US healthcare system, Washington DC headquartered Godspeed Capital Management is picking up opportunities with Stengel Hill Architecture (SHA), a Kentucky-based designer of healthcare facilities, through an investment earlier this week.
Founded in 1996 and based in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky, SHA specializes in the design of acute and behavioral healthcare facilities. PE Hub caught up with Douglas Lake, the founder and managing partner of Godspeed, who details increasing demand in supporting infrastructure for behavioral healthcare.