Some of our intern architects went on a site visit, led by James Evrard, RA, NCARB, to learn the progress of our Pinnacle V project in Leawood, Kansas. The steel is fully erect, masonry has begun and is about 40% complete. Windows and glazing, frames and glass are currently going in. The roof work is still in progress and the stairs have been put in place. The building will be enclosed mid-May, tenant improvements will start in June, and the project is estimated to be completed by September. Interns will receive Intern Development Program (IDP) hours through the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) for Construction Phase: Observation.
We’re proud to announce our newest registered architect! Erin Simmons, Associate AIA, LEED AP BD+C, has a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas. She has been with the firm since 2005. Congratulations, Erin!
Hoefer Wysocki is proud to announce our newest registered architect! James Evrard, Associate AIA, has degrees from Kansas State University and the University of Missouri – Kansas City. He has also studied architecture in Italy and has participated in competitions centered in the U.S., Europe and Asia. He has been with the firm since June. Congratulations, James!
Hoefer Wysocki is proud to announce our newest registered architect! Kate Waynick is a graduate of The University of Kansas and has been with the firm for almost 11 years. Kate is a project architect focusing primarily on health care projects for both the public and private sector. Congratulations, Kate!
The AIA Kansas City Carpenter Camp is holding its 4th event on Wednesday, March 31st. Since this is a hands-on training session attendance will be limited to 15-20 people. Register by March 26th. This 3 hour free event can be used as training units in the site observation category for your IDP. Hosam Habib of HWA played the key role in starting this year-around event, email him with any questions at email@example.com. For more information visit the AIA Kansas City’s event page.
HWA is excited to announce that we won the Greater Kansas City Green Commute Challenge for small businesses (less than 100 employees)! Thanks to everyone who carpooled and made special efforts to drive less. Not only was it fun, we managed to rack up the emission and fuel savings. We received a Green Commute award from the Mid-America Regional Council. Special recognition goes to HWA employee Ridgely Schlemm, who accumulated the most internal points through his bike commuting efforts. Congratualtions Ridgely!