Hoefer Wysocki Wins 2 DBIA-MAR Awards

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We were thrilled to receive an Honor Award and the very first Design-Build Excellence in Design Award last night from the Design-Build Institute of America Mid-America Region for our PFC Floyd K. Lindstrom Department of Veterans Affairs Clinic project in Colorado Springs! This 95,512 square-foot state-of-the-art facility is LEED Silver.

We are honored to accept this award with our project team including the project owners, U.S. Federal Properties; general contractor, Jacobsen Construction; mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer, ME Group; and structural engineer, Bob D. Campbell & Company. Watch the video below featuring Partner Rob Welker.

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JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture Awarded Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic

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The JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture National Healthcare Design-Build Team has been awarded the Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic Renovation in Whiteman, Missouri, which was originally built in 1979.

The project is valued at an estimated $27,900,500 and is planned to achieve LEED Gold Certification. The scope of work will consist of various levels of renovation to the two story clinic. Mechanical and electrical infrastructure will be replaced along with clinic space renovation. Construction is scheduled to be completed in 1,000 days.

JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture are one of three teams in a nation-wide pool of architecture and construction firms to be chosen for projects under this MATOC. This MATOC serves to support the U.S. Air Force Healthcare Facilities Modernization Program, and could include up to five years of work, with a total value of $712 million worth of projects throughout the United States.

Along with JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture, the project team will include M.E. Group for the mechanical and electrical engineering, Mitchell Planning as the medical equipment planner and Walker & Moore for the transition planning.

 

Postgraduate Dental School & Clinic at Lackland AFB Wins USAF Award

The JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture National Healthcare Design-Build Team is excited to announce that the Postgraduate Dental School and Clinic project, located in Texas at Lackland Air Force Base, has been awarded an Honor Award for Facility Design through the U.S. Air Force Design Awards Program. Jurors’ comments included “outstanding layout description and sustainability features, excellent incorporation of native limestone, and interior spaces truly provide an inspiring working environment.” This is the fourth award given to this LEED Gold Certified project, second from the U.S. Air Force. Past awards include: 2011 U.S. Air Force Honor Award for Concept Design in Industrial Design; 2012 Design-Build Institute of America Mid-America Region (DBIA-MAR), Honor Award for Healthcare Projects Over $10 Million; and 2014 International Interior Design Association Award, Honorable Mention for Healthcare Interior Design.

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Onaga, Kansas Hospital Expansion Project is Well Underway

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Design and construction of the Community Hospital District No. 1 project of Pottawatomie, Jackson and Nemaha Counties located in Onaga, Kansas is well underway. The $19 million, 37,700-square foot expansion and 28,500-square foot renovation of the 1971 building will feature more modern amenities including private rooms and an additional operating room. The 1957 building, consisting of 21,200 square feet, will be demolished. We are teaming with Murray Company on this design-build project. This story was featured on Kansas First News, view the video here.

New Health Care Project: Community Hospital District 1

Hoefer Wysocki Architecture is pleased to announce our most recent health care win-the expansion and improvement of the existing health care facility in Onaga, Kansas. This project will feature a 46,000 SF addition to the existing hospital and a 14,000 SF renovation of the current outpatient clinic. The addition will include a new pharmacy, surgical center, radiology clinic, and patient registration areas, which will create a welcoming feel for the entire hospital including its staff, patients and their families. This Community HealthCare System project was a three-phase, design-build selection process in which Hoefer Wysocki partnered with Murray Company, a Kansas City-based construction firm specializing in health care construction.

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Air Force Postgraduate Dental School and Clinic wins the Gold Award at the 2013 Mid America Design Awards (MADA)

The Air Force Postgraduate Dental School and Clinic recently received the Gold Award for Healthcare & Assisted Living at the 5th Annual Mid America Design Awards (MADA) sponsored by the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Mid America Chapter. MADA is a biennial event and judging for the awards was based on innovation, functionality, implementation of design through use of materials, color, balance, light, and overall design intent. Congratulations to everyone who worked on the project!

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Hoefer Wysocki recently awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Center in Montgomery

Hoefer Wysocki is excited to announce our most recent project win – the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Center in Montgomery, Alabama! The new health care center will be 152,841 SF and feature a pharmacy, lab, radiology, eye clinic, dental clinic, and prosthetics. The design concept for the health care center was driven by the idea of creating a relaxing, healing environment for the patients and veterans’ families, while establishing an inspiring work atmosphere for the staff. The anticipated completion date for the building will be in 2015.

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