WHR is pleased to announce the hiring of three new employees

11/07/2013 | WHR Architects

Sonia Moss joins WHR as an Architectural Intern. At Sonia’s previous job, she participated in many well-known competitions, such as Pangyo Mixed-Use Development in Seoul, Korea and Songdo Mixed-Use Development in Icheon, Korea. A Herman Miller Healthcare Scholar and recipient of a Mohawk Industries Inc. Scholarship, Sonia will be working on our Nu Health project.

Danny Gaitan joins WHR as a Designer. Danny has won several awards, including the 2012 Landmark Award and the 2006 Ima Hogg Graphic Design Competition. At WHR, Danny will be working on the Memorial Hermann HP2 project. With over 15 years’ experience in various architectural roles – with a primary focus on design and master planning – Danny will be a welcome addition to the WHR team.

Sarah Rusche joins WHR as an Intern. She has worked on many large projects, including Anderson Regional Medical Center and Ocean Springs Hospital, as well as residential and renovation projects. Sarah also has experience in Marketing, where she has worked on websites, prepared proposals and designed and produced the company booth for the SCRAPPA Convention.

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.