Alexis completes her EDAC certification

Congratulations Alexis, who recently passed the EDAC examination!

The Center for Health Design’s internationally recognized Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) program awards credentials to individuals who demonstrate a thorough understanding of how to apply an evidence-based process to the design and development of healthcare settings, including measuring and reporting results.

The next generation of WJA

This past Saturday was the first meeting of the next generation of Worn Jerabek Architects, as Sawyer (Bill and Diane’s grandchild) and Miles (Herb and his husband Patrick’s son) met for the first time. Highlights of the meeting included playroom space design, discussion of which style balusters are best to chew on, and how best…

WJA welcomes Jane, Adam, and Will!

WJA has undergone unprecedented growth, hiring three new members of the firm in the past few months! We welcome: Jane Sloss, AIA, LEED AP For seven years prior, Jane worked for Chicago-based architecture firms on healthcare, housing and mixed-use projects, becoming a registered architect in the State of Illinois in 2011. Previously, Jane was an…

Michelle completes her EDAC certification

Congratulations Michelle, who recently passed the EDAC examination!

The Center for Health Design’s internationally recognized Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) program awards credentials to individuals who demonstrate a thorough understanding of how to apply an evidence-based process to the design and development of healthcare settings, including measuring and reporting results.

Herb welcomes home his new son Miles!

We’re happy to report that Herb and his husband Patrick welcomed home their new son Miles a few weeks ago! Miles is a happy and healthy boy, sure to fill his dads lives with joy for years to come (and sleepless nights for the next few weeks and months…)

Congratulations Herb!