Diane and Todd recently attended the Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards. Established in 1995, the Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA) recognize the essential role that both non-profit and for-profit developers play in building communities in Chicago-area neighborhoods.
Jim comes to WJA after a project management internship in Paris and study abroad program in building engineering. He is thrilled to be back in Chicago and working at his second internship with WJA. Jim received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois, and completed the school’s Versailles architecture program. He…
Michelle recently completed and passed the Architect Registration Examinations, and is in the process of completing her membership with the American Institute of Architects.
WJA extends a heartfelt congratulations to Michelle on her licensure and the fantastic accomplishment!
Members of the WJA team recently celebrated Office Manager Herb’s marriage to his husband Patrick.
Elizabeth, Heidi, and Zubin have all completed and passed their Architect Registration Examinations, and are in the process of completing their membership with the American Institute of Architects.
WJA extends a heartfelt congratulations to all three on their licensure and their fantastic accomplishment!
Congratulations Heidi, 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.
Alexis recently attended the Heritage Woods of Gurnee groundbreaking in Gurnee, Illinois. Heritage Woods of Gurnee is a 105-unit supportive living facility for seniors. The project is expected to open in July 2012. The large number of attendees included the mayor of the Village of Gurnee, Kristina Kovarik, and Andrew Field, aide to Senator Mark…
Bill and Diane in Champaign recently hosted students from the Welsh School of Architecture. The students were in America studying post-industrial societies.
A piece of Alexis’s artwork is currently on display at the office of Ross Barney Architects as part of the a.DOT (architects Doing Other Things) exhibition presented by Chicago Women in Architecture. The exhibition features artwork by female architects in the area and is being held in conjunction with Chicago Artists’ Month. Alexis’s piece, entitled…
Congratulations to Heidi and Elizabeth who participated with family, friends and Ruby the dog, in their third annual Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Their team raised nearly $1,000 towards the cause, and they are looking forward to setting their goal even higher for next year.