Debbie Buckham, Tim Dowdy (Hickok Cole),
Larisa Ramich, Lee Ressler, Theresa Sheils (Gensler)
and Brian Cornell
John McKinney and Theresa Sheils (Gensler)
The Cardno Haynes Whaley Reston office team of Larisa Ramich, Brian Cornell, Lee Ressler and Debbie Buckham participated in Washington DC’s 42nd Annual Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10-Mile Run on Sunday, April 6, along with friends, Theresa Sheils and John McKinney of Gensler and Tim Dowdy of Hickok Cole Architects. Respectable times were earned by all with Lee Ressler leading the way with a time of 1:05:22.
The Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10-Mile Run, also known as “The Runner’s Rite of Spring®,” is the only truly elite road race in our Nation’s Capital. With almost 18,000 finishers, the staging area for the event was on the Washington Monument grounds with the course passing in sight of all of the major Washington, DC memorials. The event served as a fundraiser for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, a consortium of 170 premier children’s hospitals across the United States.
Congratulations and well done
Team Cardno Haynes Whaley!
February 27th Cardno Haynes Whaley had the great pleasure of attending the topping out ceremony for Southwestern Energy’s new corporate headquarters in Springwoods Village, Texas, just north of Houston. This was a great event in which the owners, design and development team and contractor celebrated a successful milestone in the project. The new headquarters consists [...]
Last weekend, a group of Haynes Whaley Associates employees became the “Can-Do Engineers” to build the Bridge to End Hunger.
Canstruction Houston 2013
The group participated in Canstruction, an annual design competition, sponsored by the design and construction industry, which benefits the Houston Food Bank. The mission of the competition is for teams to [...]
Haynes Whaley project team members had the privilege of attending the Tysons Tower Topping Out on Friday, October 4, 2013. The 21-story building provides prominent views of the Northern Virginia landscape and is seen as a gateway to Tysons Corner, ascending high above the Capital Beltway and Route 123. Eighteen levels of office and [...]
Dear Business Associates and Friends,
Haynes Whaley Associates announces with great pleasure that we are now Cardno Haynes Whaley. Our merger with Cardno, an international engineering company based in Australia, is complete as of this week. Today we formally begin our next chapter as one of the leading structural engineering companies in the United States.
On September 11, I had the pleasure of attending a reception for the grand opening of the Arbor Grill at The Houstonian Club and Spa in Houston, Texas. Haynes Whaley Associates was the structural engineer for this project, and, as part of the project team, I enjoyed the chance to get back together with the [...]
To those in the building industry, few occasions are as momentous as a topping out celebration. Yesterday I had the honor of attending the topping out celebration for The Elevation at Washington Gateway with my colleagues, Craig Myers and Aric Heffelfinger. As we enjoyed lunch with fellow project team members, I thought about how some [...]
Haynes Whaley Associates is pleased to announce that our firm made the 2013 Zweig Letter Hot Firm List, ranking 42 among the 100 fastest growing architecture, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firms in the United States and Canada.
To view the entire list, visit: http://www.zweigwhite.com/conference/hotfirm/2013hotfirm-list.php
Many thanks to our clients and employees for making this [...]
Earlier this month, a small group of Haynes Whaley engineers and the marketing team made their way to the Alley Kat in trendy Midtown Houston for a Young Professionals Reception with Mayor Annise Parker. The venue was intended to be laid-back and cozy, with velour-cushioned loveseats and damask wallpaper illuminated by low-lighting, and no spot [...]
Photo: Courtesy of Harvey-Cleary Builders
Construction of the AJBP7 facility is in progress at Annapolis Junction in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Haynes Whaley Associates designed the structural system for this 4-story, 120,000 sf tilt-up building to meet the Department of Defense blast resistance and progressive collapse prevention requirements. The AJBP7 project is considered to [...]