Hoefer Wysocki Architects recently promoted Rob Welker to Principal. For the past two years, he’s provided sales leadership by managing renewal business and aggressively cultivating new business opportunities with Best Value procurement organizations. His role is to represent Hoefer Wysocki Architects with prospective customers and other influential contacts to build relationships and grow the business, and direct company marketing and communications programs. He is an exceptional communicator with strong negotiation, problem resolution and client needs assessment aptitude. Equally effective at identifying opportunities, developing focus and providing tactical business solutions. Rob’s 10-year experience in the design and construction industry has been primarily in the healthcare and government market sectors. Congratulations Rob!
HWA is proud to announce our 2010 employee promotions.
The following employees have been promoted to Associate: Randy Brown, Sammey Collins, Bethany Dyche, Hosam Habib, Nick Lawler, Dennis O’Roark, Brian Robinson, Amy Vittorino and Roger Webb.
The following employees have been promoted from Associate to Senior Associate: Teri Bishop, Brenda Dvorak and Chris Staus.
HWA really appreciates all your dedicated hard work. Congratulations to all!
Not only did HWA have fun building our 2010 CANstruction CANverse Shoe but we raised money for Harvesters along the way. And we still are…vote now for your favorite structure. $1 equals one vote. Support HWA and Harvesters! Don’t forget to visit Union Station, located downtown Kansas City, to view them in person.
You are invited to join HWA at the CANstruction Preview Party! The party starts at 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14 at Union Station located downtown Kansas City, Missouri. It will be a fun opening with food, drinks and music. Be the first to see the structures and hear who the winners are this year. Cross your fingers for HWA!
Congratulations are in order for Hoefer Wysocki Architecture employee Dennis O’Roark!
Dennis recently passed the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) and is now a Kansas Licensed Architect! Way to go Dennis!