WHR is pleased to announce the hiring of four new employees: Isaac Villanueva, Yin Jiang, Joseph Tro
Isaac Villanueva joins WHR as an Architectural Intern. At Isaac’s previous job, he worked on a variety of real-world design and development-related tasks, including urban design, financial analysis, publications and public outreach. He has volunteered as a docent for AIA Houston Home Tour, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts, Star of Hope and Houston Food Bank. Isaac brings an attention to detail and a strong work ethic to WHR.
Yin Jiang returns to WHR as an Architectural Student Intern after working in our Dallas office last summer as an Architectural Design Intern on the North Carolina Heart and Vascular Hospital project. His experience on this project includes medical space planning, building envelope research and design, site analysis and design, modeling, drafting and the preparation of presentation materials. Yin was also the winner of the U.S. EPA P3 Awards.
Joseph Trojan returns to WHR as a Network Administrator. He previously worked for WHR from 2007-2010. Joe has over 10 years’ experience in information technology and is knowledgeable in several computer languages and software systems.
Adam Nguyen joins WHR as an Architectural Intern. At Adam’s previous job, he was in charge of designing flyers, graphics and collateral for office and event purposes. He gained international design experience traveling to the cities of Roma, Orvieto, Venezia, and Verona. Adam was also the winner of the Mayor’s Proud Award 2011 and a Design Build Studio 2011 graduate.
About WHR Architects
WHR Architects is a full service architecture, interior design and technology planning firm. The firm’s commitment to critical thinking is balanced by an ingrained empathy that results in both improved project outcomes and positive working experiences for their clients. With over 140 people in Houston and Dallas, Texas, and New Jersey and Copenhagen, Denmark, the 34-year-old firm is working on projects worldwide for top–tier public and private education and medical institutions. For more information about WHR Architects, visit www.whrarchitects.com and follow @whrarchitects on Twitter.