Hoefer Wysocki is proud to announce our newest registered architect! Kate Waynick is a graduate of The University of Kansas and has been with the firm for almost 11 years. Kate is a project architect focusing primarily on health care projects for both the public and private sector. Congratulations, Kate!
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture is pleased to announce our most recent health care win-the expansion and improvement of the existing health care facility in Onaga, Kansas. This project will feature a 46,000 SF addition to the existing hospital and a 14,000 SF renovation of the current outpatient clinic. The addition will include a new pharmacy, surgical center, radiology clinic, and patient registration areas, which will create a welcoming feel for the entire hospital including its staff, patients and their families. This Community HealthCare System project was a three-phase, design-build selection process in which Hoefer Wysocki partnered with Murray Company, a Kansas City-based construction firm specializing in health care construction.
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture is pleased to announce that our firm made Building Design + Construction’s 2013 Giants 300 List. We came in at number 48 in the architecture and engineering category. The list recognizes the top firms in architecture, engineering, and construction. To view the complete list of firms by category please click here.
Hoefer Wysocki is pleased to announce that we have made it onto The Zweig Letter Hot 100 Firms list, at number 91. Each year, the list recognizes 100 fast-growing architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting firms in the US and Canada.
The list is compiled based on the weighted average of each firm’s expansion and profit growth year-over-year. One of the largest contributing factors to Hoefer Wysocki making the list is the 31% revenue growth our firm has seen since the Zweig Letter survey period began in 2010. Zweig Letter’s annual conference will be held on October 24-25 in Miami Beach, Florida at the Eden Roc Hotel. For a complete list of the 2013 Zweig Letter Hot Firms please click here.
On Wednesday, July 31, 2013 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture & JE Dunn Construction attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Phase II of Ehrling Bergquist Medical Clinic at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska. The second phase included the addition of a new radiology department, and existing renovations to the following medical departments: minor procedures, public health, ear nose and throat, dermatology, and many others. This project included an initial outfitting effort for the end-users with guidance from the clinic’s medical staff and personnel. Col. Steven Mounts, Commander, 55th Medical Group and Col. Gregory Guillot, Commander 55th Wing both provided remarks at the ceremony.