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How Architecture Has Changed Over the Last 20 Years

How Being An Architect Has Changed Over the Last 20 Years

Founded in 1996, Hoefer Welker has seen significant changes in the world of architecture, from technology and hiring to how firms interact with...

Transforming Healthcare Design to Embrace New Technology

Integrating Technology into Healthcare Design When it comes to taking care of patients, healthcare technology should work hand-in-hand with clinical...

Smashing DE&I Barriers in AEC

My journey from the University of Wyoming to Kansas City and then to Hoefer Welker was not easy without many female mentors to guide me. It was...

Designing for Firefighters

At Hoefer Welker, we’re honored to work with firefighters across the country, partnering with them to design spaces that prioritize safety, wellness,...

Benefits of Sustainable Design

There is no one-size-fits-all for sustainable design. However, it is an achievable reality that can be implemented in all types of projects. Hoefer...

Jacksonville-Area Expansion Driven by Relationships and Mission-Driven Work

Dedicated resources, an entrepreneurial spirit and long-lasting relationships in the Southeast area have proven to be the bedrock of Hoefer Welker...

Advancing the Architecture Industry Through Diversity & Mentorship

Q&A with Haewon Kim-LaBroad, Hoefer Welker Principal and Director of Clinical Planning Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) and mentorship are...

The Role of Mentorship, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Play in Professional Growth

Q&A with Diamond Bronson, Hoefer Welker Associate Vice President

What You Need to Know About the 2021 IECC Changes in Kansas City

What You Need to Know About the 2021 IECC Changes in Kansas City Are you an architect or real estate developer in Kansas City, Missouri? If so, you...

Elevating Technical & Trade Higher Education Experiences Through Design

Higher education curriculums and physical learning environments have been adapting to best suit their students’ changing needs based on workforce...

Why Did You Choose a Career in Architecture?

The New York City skyline is one of the most photographed locations in the world. Tens of millions of people walk into office buildings, hospitals...

Advancing The Architecture Industry Through Diversity & Mentorship

Q&A with Eric Rush, Hoefer Welker Vice President & Construction Administration Manager Diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) and mentorship are...

Hoefer Welker’s Newest Licensed Architects

Becoming a licensed architect is a challenging proposition–it will take someone 12.7 years on average from entering school to obtaining their...