Monthly Archives: May 2014

Hoefer Wysocki Congratulates Tyler Paytas for Winning Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Man of the Year!


Hoefer Wysocki is excited to congratulate Tyler Paytas with CBRE as he was named The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Mid-America Chapter Man of the Year!! This campaign raised more than $500,000 for blood cancer research and patients in Kansas and Missouri! Tyler was awarded this title as he was the man who raised the most funds during this 10-week fundraising competition. We are proud to be a supporter of Tyler and this amazing organization.

Pictured from left to right: Rob Welker, Hoefer Wysocki Partner; Tyler Paytas, CBRE; Bob Morton, Hoefer Wysocki Business Development; and Mitch Hoefer, Hoefer Wysocki Partner.

Hoefer Wysocki Architecture is Awarded Marengo Memorial Hospital Master Plan

Marengo Memorial Hospital logo

Hoefer Wysocki Architecture was recently awarded the Marengo Memorial Hospital Master Plan project located in Marengo, Iowa. Work has started as Partner, Jim Stearman, participated in a three-day charrette to evaluate their existing campus’ needs. More space in each department, setting them up for growth within their outpatient area and increasing their service needs have been determined as high priorities. Improving their inpatient services has been discussed as well, with the potential of offering women and birthing services again. Our team consists of Mitchell Planning Associates, Henderson Engineers and Bob D. Campbell.


Hoefer Wysocki Architecture’s Marketing Department Wins Two American Inhouse Design Awards

Cert - 911 Joint Communications Facility Call Box

Cert - KBI Forensic Science Laboratory Field Kit

Graphic Design USA’s American Inhouse Design Awards publication is the premier showcase for outstanding work by in-house designers. Hoefer Wysocki’s marketing department designs and assembles all promotional materials in-house. We are proud to announce two American Inhouse Design awards this year for the excellent proposal packaging design of the 911 Joint Communications Facility Call Box and KBI Forensic Science Laboratory Field Kit.


Onaga, Kansas Hospital Expansion Project is Well Underway

Onaga Hospital

Design and construction of the Community Hospital District No. 1 project of Pottawatomie, Jackson and Nemaha Counties located in Onaga, Kansas is well underway. The $19 million, 37,700-square foot expansion and 28,500-square foot renovation of the 1971 building will feature more modern amenities including private rooms and an additional operating room. The 1957 building, consisting of 21,200 square feet, will be demolished. We are teaming with Murray Company on this design-build project. This story was featured on Kansas First News, view the video here.

Kansas Bioscience Park Project

Kansas Bioscience Authority
Brian Hamilton, Hoefer Wysocki Architecture’s Director of Urban Design & Planning, along with Mike Lanning and Brian Ward of Cassidy Turley, have been recruited by the City of Olathe to help find future tenants for the Kansas Bioscience Park. Forty-two acres of city-owned land are being offered to qualifying companies or developers for free within the campus. “We want to cultivate an environment with that entrepreneurship – that business acumen – and really work with individual entrepreneurs and investors in there in creating a world class state of the art environment,” Brian said. “In the end we think ultimately if this builds out this will be a dynamic piece for meaningful community building for not only the campus itself, but the community of Olathe in terms of spinoff development, hoteling, retailing, mixed-use and residential.”

The city has set up incentives such as a 55 percent ten-year tax abatement. The Kansas Bioscience Authority is committed to boosting Olathe’s bioscience sector in the name of making Kansas a global destination for the industry.

Read the full article via MetroWireMedia here.