On October 15th, 2013 TEVA Pharmaceuticals held their ceremonial ribbon cutting for their new headquarters located in Overland Park, Kan. The new 156,000 five-story building was developed by Block Development Company and designed by Hoefer Wysocki Architecture. Rob Roberts of the Kansas City Business Journal covered the ribbon cutting and featured a detailed walk-through of the facility in his article titled “A look inside the new $46M Teva headquarters,” linked here.
The $9 million, 35,878 SF US Attorney’s Office in Muskogee, Oklahoma is officially open for business after just 11 months of construction. The US Attorney’s Office of Eastern Oklahoma staff officially moved into their new building in mid-August, 2013. This first-class, secure office facility includes private offices, specialized support spaces, conference rooms, secure document storage, 47 secure parking spaces, a mailroom with an independent ventilation system, a 25-foot security setback, Level II blast rating, and an EF3-rated tornado shelter.
To celebrate the end of a rather long and successful summer here at Hoefer Wysocki Architecture, our Culture Club hosted a “Picnic in the Park” day with friends and family at Porter Park in Prairie Village, Kan. on Sept. 28, 2013.
Fortunately the rain held off and we were able to enjoy a myriad of festivities such as a bounce house, egg toss, and we even had a piñata. Everyone had a great time and we are looking forward to some upcoming festive fall activities provided by our firm’s culture club!
Fun Fact from the Picnic: In addition to Mitch overseeing projects at the firm, he also has a sophisticated talent for supervising the little Hoefer Wysockians when it comes to their work on the piñata project.
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture’s most recent Veterans Affairs project win in Montgomery, Ala. was featured in the Montgomery Advertiser. Written by business reporter Brad Harper, the article discusses several features of the $35 million state-of-the-art clinic.
Click here to view the official article featured in the Montgomery Advertiser.