In recognition of National Bike to Work Day, Haynes Whaley’s Tom Heffernan, Lee Ressler and Mike Edwards threw own their helmets to celebrate the benefits of cycling – good health, clean environment, saving money, etc. Tom rode 20 miles; Lee covered 16 miles on his trek; and Mike enjoyed a 29-mile Hammerfest. Way to go guys!
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Rice University reached a major milestone this October, celebrating 100 years since its founding in 1912. The university held various events on their grounds honoring their centennial, including a Lecture Series, Walking Tours of the Campus, Homecoming & Alumni Reunion activities and a Centennial Gala. Not to be missed was the unveiling of the under [...]
Each spring a pack of cyclists take to the road for 2 days to make the 180 mile trek from Houston to Austin to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the Lone Star Chapter’s BP MS 150 ride. This year’s event took place April 21-22. Joining the group was Haynes Whaley’s Mark Merryman and Tan [...]
On May 3, 2012, Haynes Whaley’s Reston office worked with the Reston Association’s (RA) Environmental Staff to help create safe pathways to senior citizens’ garden plots. The natural paths were steeply sloped making the trek to and from the gardens difficult. Haynes Whaley’s crew shoveled their way through rocky red clay, leveled the soil and then [...]
Haynes Whaley participated in the 6th annual The Methodist Hospital System Stride4Stroke Run & Walk on March 3. The HW team consisted of employees and family members who raised funds and completed the 5K race, supporting the Methodist Neurological Institute and its stroke outreach education. There was a running group and a walking group, all taking [...]
SMPS Houston Chapter held their annual Design Awards Gala on Friday, April 30th at City Centre’s Red Oak Ballroom. This evening offered Houston area A/E/C firms the opportunity to showcase marketing achievements. The chapter also recognized excellence in marketing achievement by marketing professionals in the design and building industry.
This year, Haynes Whaley Associates received the Member [...]
Interning at Haynes Whaley Associates as a “wanna-be” engineer is exciting at moments, like when finding a set of plans hidden in the back corner of your office and realizing that they make some sense after only a few days of engineering; awesome at others, like when you stand at the corner of the north [...]
For several years now, Haynes Whaley has participated in the Houston Architect and Engineer’s sporting events, including basketball, softball and bowling. Everyone involved has a great time and a chance to relax and unwind after a day at the office. Employees and significant others fill the rosters and compete against other firms in Houston. Game results are posted in the [...]
On Saturday, June 6th, Haynes Whaley participated in AIA Houston’s 23rd Annual Sandcastle Competition, coming home with a win in the “Best Traditional” category. However, the highlight of the day was the team’s “green” water pump design that successfully brought water (a critical ingredient in sandcastle building) from the Gulf of Mexico to their build [...]
On March 27th, Haynes Whaley and Cooper Carry “Sent Hunger Down the Drain” at the 2009 AIA Northern Virginia CANstruction competition, a charity committed to ending hunger. Across the nation, competitions are held among teams of architects, designers, engineers, contractors, and students to build structures made entirely out of canned food. At the end [...]