May 1, 2018 Worn Jerabek Wiltse Architects, P.C. is pleased to announce the promotion of Heidi Wang, AIA, LEED AP, EDAC to Partner. WJW specializes in housing and long-term healthcare settings. The firm has designed hundreds of projects in the Midwest and beyond, and Heidi has designed or managed over 40 projects in her time with WJW. Heidi’s…Details
Maggie and Connor represented WJW this past weekend at the 5th Annual Hope Walk, a solidarity walk to raise awareness and funds for the Veterans served by Volunteers of America of Illinois. VOA-IL currently serves over 600 veterans and veteran families who are at risk of homelessness or in serious risk of instability. WJW has…Details
Silver Birch of Muncie in Muncie, Indiana recently achieved 2012 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) Bronze Certification. The project provides 119 units of affordable assisted living for seniors. Sustainable design strategies provide community connectivity, energy and resource efficiency, and a healthy living environment for the residents at Silver Birch. Key green features at Silver Birch…Details
The Kilpatrick Renaissance recently won an Excellence in Masonry award from the Masonry Advisory Council. WJW is proud to have been a team member on this project. Congratulations to everyone involved!
White Oaks of McHenry was recently featured as part of Environments for Aging’s 2018 Design Showcase! WJW was proud to have been a team member on this project.
The Chicago Studio, UIUC’s Health and Wellness program led by Bill, was recently featured in Health Facilities Magainze. Read more about the school and Bill’s important endeavors here!
Lauren joined WJW in 2017 after relocating to Chicago. Before joining the team, she worked for ten years at a firm in Philadelphia on a broad range of project types, including healthcare, multi-family apartments, senior housing, and retail centers. She is committed to sustainable design and has prior experience designing projects to green building standards,…Details
Heidi recently joined Bill‘s University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Spring Healthcare Studio in Chicago for their Mid-term reviews. This semester the studio is focusing on Health and the City, researching, designing, and challenging different ideas in the healthcare field of architecture.
WJW was well-represented at this year’s Illinois Governor’s Conference on Affordable Housing. In addition to hosting a booth and attending a variety of educational sessions, Heidi was one of the featured panelists in the Designing Accessible Housing for Independent Seniors session.