Beth Muller is a Senior Associate at JB&B, working in technology design and project management with JB&B Technologies. With 23 years of experience across diverse market sectors, she has particularly distinguished herself in the healthcare and life science sector, integrating robust wireless systems into a coordinated IT infrastructure platform and skillfully negotiating the interface of innovative technologies such as AI, RTLS and wearables to help create the patient care continuum.
Some of Beth’s recent projects in the healthcare sector include NYU Langone Health’s Kimmel Pavilion, Science Building, Smilow Research Center and Center for Women’s Health; and Columbia University’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center. Her wide-ranging experience also includes higher education, transportation, museums and hotels, such as the NYU School of Dentistry, Moynihan Train Hall, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and the world-renowned Baha Mar Resort in Nassau, the Bahamas.
Ms. Muller is a Registered Communications Distribution Designer and a certified RFID Associate. She earned a Master of Science Degree in Project Management from George Washington University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Facilities Planning and Design and Management from the School of Architecture at the University at Buffalo. In 2017, Ms. Muller was recognized by the Women’s Builders Council as an Outstanding Woman in Building.