Monthly Archives: October 2009

HWA Welcomes a New Employee!

HWA is pleased to welcome Alli Hill to the team! 

Alli has an undergraduate Architecture degree from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and a Masters degree in Healthcare Architecture from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. While attending Ball State University she was in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She also studied abroad in Italy in the Spring of 2008.

Previously she was an Intern Architect at a large Architectural/Engineering firm in Indianapolis that specializes in Healthcare Design. She will be a great asset to our healthcare team. Welcome, Alli!

HWA Volunteers at Kansas City Hope Lodge

HWA hosted a game night at the Kansas City American Cancer Society Hope Lodge on October 20th. We were given a tour of the grounds and played Bingo with some of the guests. The Kansas City Hope Lodge is where cancer patients and their families can stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in a city far from their home. We look forward to our next evening of events with the guests of Hope Lodge!

Kansas City Hope Lodge

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Belton Police and Courts Facility Ribbon Cutting

HWA attended the Belton Police and Courts Facility Ribbon Cutting on October 17th, 2009. This was an addition/renovation to their existing police station built in 1987. We updated the entire facility designing a new work facility, court room, administration offices, records storage and training/community room. This 45,000 SF facility includes 12,000 SF of new space and 23,000 SF that has been renovated. JE Dunn served as the construction manager for this project.

Belton Police & Courts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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HWA Conducts a Charrette for the Kansas City South Patrol Police Facility

The week of October 12th HWA conducted a charrette, a highly interactive planning and design brainstorming workshop, for the Kansas City South Patrol Police Facility. Our charrettes involve the client, stakeholders, design team and engineers. This 100,000 SF multiple building facility is expected to be completed in the fall of 2011.

Kansas City South Patrol Police

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