Haynes Whaley was pleased to be part of the design team for the Smithsonian Institute (SI) Collections and Support Center, located in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Renovations, interior modifications, and the addition of two mezzanines totaling 368,600 sf were made to an existing warehouse building to house six different Smithsonian offices, including Exhibits Central, [...]
Haynes Whaley Associates participated in a field trip with Spring Branch I.S. D.’s Northbrook Middle School yesterday down in Galveston. These AP Art students were taught by our best on the secrets to building award-winning sandcastles. Charles Eggert, Marco Cano, and Derick Thompson went down to Stewart Beach with me in a joint effort with [...]
Transwestern’s The Overlook at the Rim in San Antonio, Texas achieved LEED Gold Certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Haynes Whaley Associates, together with the architect STG Design, designed the 3-story, 148,500 sf office building to be a prominent feature in San Antonio’s new Lifestyle Center, The Rim on Talavera Ridge. The [...]
Rice University’s Raymond and Susan Brochstein Pavilion earned a Merit Award in the 2009 AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) IDEAS2 structural steel building awards program. Haynes Whaley Principal Wally Ford worked with Thomas Phifer and Associates to design the project – a 6,042 s.f. coffee house and convenience dining area, with a wrap-around 10,700 [...]
On May 7th, Amy Moen and I demonstrated sandcastle building techniques at AIA Houston’s annual workshop and rules review. A&E The Graphics Complex hosted the crowd of 50+ in their backyard, and they joined with Rosenberger Construction to sponsor the event.
Haynes Whaley participates as an annual sponsor for this important event. This year’s gala raised over $2 million for Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. After dinner, Charlotte and I joined hundreds of professionals in enjoying the performance by Wayne Foster Entertainment of Beverly Hills, California.