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School District of Manawa Breaks Ground details

School District of Manawa Breaks Ground

MAY 9th, 2019

The School District of Manawa held a groundbreaking ceremony today for various projects at Manawa Elementary School. The projects follow the approval of a $12 million referendum which was passed in November 2018.

Hoffman has been working with the District since 2017 on planning and design and will oversee the construction projects.

Additional details can be found here.

Bremhorst, Lord to Speak at LeadingAge Conference details

Bremhorst, Lord to Speak at LeadingAge Conference

MARCH 21st, 2019

Randy Bremhorst (vice president of design) and Trevor Lord (senior designer and innovation leader) will be presenting at the 2019 LeadingAge Illinois Annual Meeting & Expo April 2 – 4 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg, Illinois.

Bremhorst and Lord’s session, “Eliminate Pain, Improve Experience: Creating a Culture of Innovation Through Customer Journey Mapping”, will show attendees how to:

• Identify touch points that are strategically critical to the customer experience
• Employ tactics that foster innovation by clearly understanding customer touch points
• Eliminate pain and improve the customer experience

LeadingAge Illinois is one of the largest and most respected associations of providers serving Illinois older adults. Committed to advancing excellence, LeadingAge Illinois advocates quality services, promotes innovative practices, and fosters collaboration.

Hoffman Honors Women Religious details

Hoffman Honors Women Religious

MARCH 7th, 2019

In honor of National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8 - 14, Hoffman would like to thank all women religious congregations for their important contributions to society in the United States and around the world.

Many individuals at Hoffman have been positively impacted by Catholic Sisters personally and professionally. Through our work, Hoffman is honored to assist women religious congregations every day.

In appreciation for all that women religious have done and continue to do, Hoffman has made a donation to the National Religious Retirement Office (NRRO) to help fund the elder-care needs of religious congregations.

In addition, some Hoffman staff members have shared their thoughts on how they've been positively impacted by Catholic Sisters:

“I grew up in a small, farming community in rural Wisconsin where the Sisters were our teachers and our neighbors. They were a part of our family. I am a product of the schools in which they taught. I learned from them that that you do what needs to be done for all those in need of help. Today, I feel I have come full circle with the Sisters in our communities across the nation. I am an architect working for a company that is helping to build their homes, their schools, and their hospitals in the spirit of what they have always done: responding to the need that is greatest. I am truly grateful for what the Sisters have taught me and that they are still a part of who I am to this very day. Thank you!” — Chad Ulman, vice president of architecture

“Any project with the Catholic Sisters comes with extra special meaning and a great sense of service. I welcome and value the faith-based influence that their members and missions bring to my workplace on a daily basis.” — Jon Rynish, project architect

"It is an honor to work with Sisters throughout the country. To be such an important part of several congregations' vision for their future is extremely rewarding." — Julie Heiberger, senior project architect

“I am honored to serve these courageous women who steadfastly walk with courage each day to live their mission and through it discover God's purpose for their congregations.” — Pat Del Ponte, vice president of planning

“I am so thankful that Hoffman has the privilege of assisting so many congregations that do a tremendous amount of good for the communities that we live in. It is an honor to be their partner. Thank you for your trust, and God bless you!” — Sam Statz, president

“Having grown up with aunts who were Catholic Sisters, I was fortunate to witness first-hand the important work they did and the lives they touched. I feel privileged to have the opportunity now to assist Sisters when they’ve placed their trust in Hoffman.” — Scott Pigeon, director of marketing

"The small community on the southern Door Peninsula in Wisconsin where I grew up was blessed to be served by women religious from the time of its settlement in 1853. For generations, the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross were essential for education, caring for the sick and disabled, and perpetuating the Catholic faith. In the early days, they even taught in the public schools. I have the pleasure of working with Sister Claudette Jeanquart to record oral histories about the countless ways they have contributed to our community. The more we learn, the more grateful we become." - Sandy Orsted, vice president of administration

Bremhorst to Address Assisted Living Providers details

Bremhorst to Address Assisted Living Providers

MARCH 5th, 2019

Randy Bremhorst, Hoffman’s vice president of design, will be speaking at the WALA (Wisconsin Assisted Living Association) Spring Conference March 13 – 15 in Wisconsin Dells.

Bremhorst will present the session “Designing for Baby Boomers: When You Say “Lifestyle”, You’ve Said it All” on Thursday, March 14th, from 1:30 – 2:45pm. His session will examine the role baby boomers play in bringing integration and innovation to today’s senior housing design trends.

Bremhorst has more than 30 years of experience in the design and construction profession and has spent over half of that partnering with senior living organizations and their boards on the planning, development, design, and construction of their campuses and physical assets.

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