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Shawn Harding, Senior Associate/Architect, visited Barber County. Here are some photos of the construction progress on Barber County’s Health/EOC Building.
Shawn Harding, architect, attended the Fort Dodge Soldiers Home 150th Anniversary event this Tuesday. HMN recently teamed with PEC and completed the facility master planning for the Kansas Commission Veterans Affairs office.
It was another great HMN function at Stoll Park the other day! A picnic in the park with delicious food and great company (even our pups!) was a great way to end a Wednesday afternoon.
Sarah Wesley, Interior Designer; Nicki Hight, RN, MSN, Clinic Nurse Manager; and Earl Wilson, Senior Architect celebrated the Grand Opening for the Sarah Cannon Cancer Center at Overland Park Regional Medical Center last night. The 4,760 SF Cancer Center includes […]
HMN Architects keeps growing! We recently added four more to our staff. From left to right: Sean Hendrix, Architect, Liz Hibler, Interior Designer, Erin McFarland, Architect Intern, Mackenzie Doty, Marketing Coordinator.
We are excited ~ Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Gift Shop is now open! A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held Monday morning to mark the grand opening of the newly remodeled, 3,000 SF relocated Gift Shop which features an interactive projection area […]
HMN is proud to announce the promotion of two architects and one interior designer. Byron Kurogi, Will Chmylak and Amy Higgins are the latest to be named Associates. As a LEED® Accredited Professional with a Registration in the State of […]
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and public open house were held today for the recently completed Ronald McDonald House on 25th and Cherry Street in KC, MO. We are so proud of our team! Photo: HMN Interior Designer Amy Higgins and Architect […]
Check it out here in the Kansas City Star: Olathe Medical Center Expansion
We are proud to have a current project of ours, the new Ronald McDonald House, designed by HMN Architect Byron Kurogi and Interior Designer Amy Higgins, featured in “This is KC.com” Magazine’s edition of KC Design Excellence Awards 2014. The […]
Congratulations to BYRON KUROGI, who recently passed the Architect Registration Examination (ARE)!! Byron has been with HMN for over 11 years specializing in healthcare architecture, BIM (Revit) software and 3D modeling and is a proud KU alumnus! WAY TO GO, […]
Thank you to all who stopped by and visited us in our NEW booth at MHA this week, including staff from Texas County Memorial Hospital (shown in photo). From Left to Right are: Jennifer Hugenot, Human Resources; Linda Pamperien, CFO; […]
HMN participated in the Women In Design- KC – “Day of Shadowing” event today on October 22, 2014. This event exposes high school students to the field of design. The students assigned to our firm were from Grandview High […]
HMN is excited to Welcome Will Chmylak to the Overland Park office Will Chmylak recently relocated from Houston, Texas and is a graduate of Texas Tech University. He brings project management, programming and space planning experience in the markets of healthcare, […]
HMN is excited to Welcome Andrea Spalding to the Overland Park office Andrea Spalding is from Kansas City, KS. She earned her Masters of Architecture degree from Kansas State University in 2009. Andrea has provided multiple community services around her […]
Finishing up the HMN tour of our southern projects with Adam Kuehl. These are progress photos of our Dunklin County Justice Center’s second phase of work. It is a new courts complex with one jury court a hearing room and […]
Our HMN Greene County, Arkansas addition project is nearing completion. The remodel work will begin after this phase of work is accepted. This is a 416 bed addition, our largest to date.
HMN Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Kash to Associate. HMN Architects is pleased to announce the promotion of Amy Higgins to Director of Interior Design
HMN is excited to welcome Matt Lang to the Overland Park office Matt was recently added to the HMN team as a Graduate Architect. Matt was a 2013 graduate from Kansas State University with a Masters of Architecture Degree. While […]
Brad Sutton was diagnosed with kidney cancer several years ago, but when the chemotherapy drug he was using produced serious side effects, his doctor at The University of Kansas Cancer Center suggested a clinical trial. “When you think of clinical […]
Children’s Mercy opens clinic at Freeman Health System by David Mink, JRBJ reporter Children’s Mercy Kansas City has opened a five-room specialty clinic on the campus of Freeman Health System. Freeman and Children’s Mercy held a ribbon cutting and announcement […]
We are so excited to hear that the Children’s Mercy East Clinic (Independence, MO) was presented with the 2013 BAC Craft Award for the Best Terrazzo Project. It was a wonderful experience to be a part of the creative efforts […]
One of the major benefits of Revit is that it is inherently a three-dimensional approach to drafting which means a user should be able to quickly and efficiently produce three-dimensional drawings for a wide range of purposes including: – Helping […]
The wait is over for North Kansas City Hospital. On Jan. 31 at 7 a.m. sharp, NCKH officially opened the doors to their newly renovated Emergency Department, which helped the hospital to grow from 18,000 SF to almost 31,000 SF. […]
Via Christi Hospital – Pittsburg opened the doors to their new Women’s Center this past spring, and we are thrilled to finally be able to share with you some photos from the project. The new facility nearly triples the size […]
It’s official! The Children’s Mercy Hospital East Clinic in Independence, Mo is now open. The official ribbon cutting ceremony took place on Oct. 18 and the hospital itself opened shortly after. The new facility features specialty clinic services including: cardiology, […]
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