Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hoefer Wysocki Wins 2 DBIA Awards

DBIA Awards 2014  2014 - DBIA Awards - VA Colorado Springs

We were thrilled to receive an Honor Award and the very first Design-Build Excellence in Design Award last night from the Design-Build Institute of America Mid-America Region for our PFC Floyd K. Lindstrom Department of Veterans Affairs Clinic project in Colorado Springs! This 95,512 square-foot state-of-the-art facility is LEED Silver.

We are honored to accept this award with our project team including the project owners, U.S. Federal Properties; general contractor, Jacobsen Construction; mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineer, ME Group; and structural engineer, Bob D. Campbell & Company. Watch the video below featuring Partner Rob Welker.

Hoefer Wysocki Wins Award at Color + Couture Kansas City

Inspired by the radiance of a diamond, this garment mixes layering with dimensionality and sophistication. Watch the unveiling of this textural transformation.

Color + Couture photo collage 2014

Friday was an exciting night for our Interiors Department, as they were awarded ‘Exceptional Use of Color’ for their design at International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Mid-America Chapter’s Color + Couture. Teamed with Koroseal, they were assigned vinyl wall covering which made up the majority of the dress. The theme this year was “A Radiant Collection” based on the 2014 Pantone Color of the Year. Congratulations to all the winners!

JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture Awarded Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic

Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic interior shot

The JE Dunn + Hoefer Wysocki Architecture National Healthcare Design-Build Team has been awarded the Whiteman Air Force Base Medical Clinic Renovation in Whiteman, Missouri, which was originally built in 1979.

The project is valued at an estimated $27,900,500 and is planned to achieve LEED Gold Certification. The scope of work will consist of various levels of renovation to the two story clinic. Mechanical and electrical infrastructure will be replaced along with clinic space renovation. Construction is scheduled to be completed in 1,000 days.

JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture are one of three teams in a nation-wide pool of architecture and construction firms to be chosen for projects under this MATOC. This MATOC serves to support the U.S. Air Force Healthcare Facilities Modernization Program, and could include up to five years of work, with a total value of $712 million worth of projects throughout the United States.

Along with JE Dunn and Hoefer Wysocki Architecture, the project team will include M.E. Group for the mechanical and electrical engineering, Mitchell Planning as the medical equipment planner and Walker & Moore for the transition planning.