Sanford Aberdeen Medical Center continues to draw attention from the healthcare community for its innovative and patient-centered design. The hospital was recently featured in Healthcare Design, MED and Prairie Business Magazine. We are extremely proud to see one of our own projects making such a positive impact on its community.
Hoefer Wysocki employees, friends and families participated in Christmas in October on October 6th and 7th. This year we helped the Lockharts, an elderly couple who had lived in their house for 29 years, but have not been able to keep up with the maintenance of the house in recent years. Over 20 volunteers demolished an existing deck with crumbling foundations and rotting joists and rebuilt it from the ground up! Other projects completed were adding a handrail to the back stairs, sealing some large openings in the walls adjacent to the fireplace, and adjusting and cleaning the gutters to properly flow to the downspouts.
A special thanks to everyone who volunteered: Andrew Cortez, Chris Staus, David Wysocki, Dennis Markey, Donnie Gillespie, Jillion Qui, Josh Shireman, Josh Conard, Whitney Conard, Rob Conard, Carol Conard, Lyndsee Johnson, Michael Goslinga, Molly Chasteen, Heather Diaz, Carlos Diaz, Adam Wheeler, Matt Wheeler, Tim Devine and Erin Devine.
For more information on Christmas in October, please visit www.christmasinoctober.org.
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Hoefer Wysocki Architecture is proud to announce the promotion of Molly Chasteen to Director of Marketing. Molly has been a Senior Marketing Coordinator at Hoefer Wysocki for the past two years and has played a major role in all of our federal pursuits. If you would like to contact her about any marketing pursuits, she can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Congratulations Molly!