Monthly Archives: February 2016
WHA would like to take a moment to congratulate Mike Hutaff, on his recent promotion to Principal. WHA appreciates and acknowledges his dedication, hard work and continued thirst for knowledge and excellence.
Though the Danville Hotel has not operated as a hotel since the 1930s, it retained its name through many uses over the years, including a boardinghouse, a restaurant, a shopping plaza, and a Wild West attraction.
In 1922, the dawn of the Golden Age of film, a young architect came to Los Angeles and won the assignment for the Tower Theater on Broadway, the first of S. Charles Lee’s more than 400 theaters and movie palaces throughout California and Mexico.
WHA would like to take a moment to congratulate a few individuals who have received recent promotions. WHA appreciates and acknowledges their dedication, hard work and continued thirst for knowledge and excellence.
Valentine’s Day is near and I have been challenged by a certain WHA employee, who shall remain nameless (although I can tell you that her initials are Cathy and Baranger) to share some insight into what it’s like to be married to someone who has also chosen a career in architecture. My wife of 23 […]
If you love crowds, this was the place for you! With more than 50,000 attendees plus numerous representatives from every building product and component that you can imagine, this year’s installment at the massive Las Vegas Convention Center was clearly a hit and an indication of the health of the Housing Industry.