Monthly Archives: February 2011

Another New Team Member

Hoefer Wysocki Architects is excited to announce the addition of David Mendez to the team.  David will be assisting with our federal, state, and local development opportunities in both the municipal and judicial sectors.  While he comes to us outside of the A/E/C industry, he will undoubtedly provide leadership at a high level, as his background in business development ranges in everything from a Fortune 100 company, to a start-up venture of his own.  His entrepreneurial spirit and desire to work in a team environment should prove to be a valuable asset for Hoefer Wysocki Architects.

Hoefer Wysocki Volunteers at We Care Event

 

We Care Event

Hoefer Wysocki Architects participated in the We Care event on December 9th at the Boys & Girls Club in Kansas City, Missouri. The event was a holiday gathering for children in need. The celebration included a variety of craft stations where children could create holiday gifts for family and friends. Hoefer Wysocki partnered with Women in Design and helped the children make reindeer antlers. This was a great event, and we plan to participate again next year.

Whiteman AFB Communications Facility Now Open

A ribbon cutting for the Whiteman Air Force Base Communications Facility took place on December 17, 2010.  The building is a 37,750 SF, two-story structure with a one-story maintenance bay at the rear and is attached to the existing single-story communications building by an enclosed breezeway.  The building contains spaces for telecommunications, data processing, document staging, duplicating center, base supplies and equipment storage, audiovisual, network control center and vault, network training center and multi media center, and expanded video teleconference capabilities. The Hoefer Wysocki team received an OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE REVIEW from the base!

Ribbon Cutting for the Fort Bliss Soldier Family Care Center

A ribbon cutting for the Fort Bliss Consolidated Family Care/Troop Medical Clinic took place on December 15, 2010.  This 144,000 SF facility is the largest free-standing medical clinic in the Army.  This was a design-build project that began in 2008 and was construction complete in November of 2010.

Key Facts:

  • 41,000 1st Armored Division soldiers and family members will utilize the clinic
  • 45,000 beneficiaries will be enrolled at the clinic
  • $8.2 million worth of equipment was purchased, inspected and installed
  • 88 exam rooms and 44 provider offices were built within the facility
  • 5-window pharmacy is expected to provide over 2,600 prescriptions daily
  • 2 state-of-the-art digital x-ray machines were installed
  • Designed and built to LEED Silver Certification