The footings and foundation of Community Memorial Hospital in Marysville, Kansas is complete. Underground is proceeding and floor slab will start in April. HWA is providing master planning, architectural and interior design services for this 45,510 SF critical access replacement hospital.
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– All new buildings, developments and major renovations shall be designed to meet a fossil fuel, GHG-emitting, energy consumption perfermance standard 50% of the regional (or country) average for that building type.
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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.
Sponsors and Partners:
Carpenters’ District Council of Kansas City
AIA Kansas City
Building Enclosure Council of Kansas City
Hoefer Wysocki Architects
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture has been selected to provide architectural, interior design and master planning services for Pender Community Hospital located in Pender, Nebraska. The critical access replacement hospital will serve the counties of Burt, Cuming, Thurston and Wayne. This facility will be between 50,000 and 65,000 SF.
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture employees Erica Drogan, Alli Hill, Beth Ott and Alicia Roberts ran in the 32nd Annual Westport St. Patrick’s Day 4 Mile Run on March 14th.
The run was sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation. All proceeds went to Bacchus Foundation, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization made up of young professionals. Sponsoring and producing several signature events a year, Bacchus raises money for an annually selected beneficiary. This year the beneficiary is The Child Protection Center.
Erica finished as no. 76 of 444 with a time of 35.57
Alli finished as no. 165 of 444 with a time of 38:47
Alicia finished as no. 206 of 444 with a time of 42.40
Beth finished as no. 375 of 444 with a time of 50:03
All four girls were in the Female 25-29 category (444 total). Go Hoefer Wysocki Architecture!