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Capital Region CANstruction will look different this year, but HHA's goal will remain the same - "to feed local families in need."
It is MOVE-IN Day for Dr. Dan Sambursky’s Ophthalmologist's Office/Surgery Center! Congratulations!!
Structural steel erection and wood framing for the $5.6 million Amsterdam Medical Office Building began Monday, December 11th , and by Wednesday, it was almost complete!
Temperatures in the 30s could not stop our firm's Final Hike of 2020 on the Taconic Trail near Williamstown, Mass. It was a relatively easy 6-mile hike to the ‘Snow Hole.”
Construction continues on the new Nathan Littauer Hospital Micro Clinic in Caroga Lake, NY. HHA is pleased to provide expertise and support for the hospital’s continuing commitment and expansion into underserved communities in the Southern Adirondacks.
"The Albany Business Review spoke with HHA's David Loucks, managing principal, and Jay Stasack, senior associate, about their outlooks at this point during the pandemic. While it's difficult to forecast, they say we may begin to see systems move forward on larger projects in about two years."
CONGRATULATIONS are in order for Justin Pechar, HHA's Director of Structural Engineering, who was recently chosen to be a member of the American Institute of Steel Construction Task Committee 6 (AISC TC 6) – Connection Design. AISC TC 6 is responsible for reviewing public comment on AISC Code and AISC publications, as well as presenting new material for review and comment to the public before it is adopted.
Construction has begun on the new 9,614 SF Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing home in Caroga, NY, to be located next to Caroga's Town Hall.
Hyman Hayes was a proud sponsor for the recent St. John's Riverside Hospital's Annual Golf Outing, held at the prestigious St. Andrews Country Club in Hastings-On-Hudson. The staff, grounds, and food were all exemplary. A turkey, deer, and a couple of coyotes respectfully watched from a distance.
We are delighted to be a part of this project!
The International Building Code® (IBC®), establishes minimum regulations for building safety. This handout will identify important changes in the IBC from 2015 to 2018 edition. Participants will be presented with those changes that will most impact their use of the code when they adopt these I-Codes. The learner will receive an overview of the most important code changes.
We are so happy with our NEW office space!
When the World Health Organization designated this as the “Year of the Nurse,” they had no idea what the year would hold in store. Nursing has always been tough work, but this year nurses are finding themselves on the front lines of a global pandemic, and the emotional toll is yet to be fully realized. Yet, they keep showing up for society to deliver compassionate care with extraordinary skills while bravely risking their lives, as well as their family’s lives. For this, we are immensely grateful.
My interview took place before COVID-19 took over our lives. It was a 100% normal meeting: I walked in, sat in a conference with multiple people, and talked without masks or social distancing. Maybe 1 or 2 weeks after that meeting, I received...
It took me many years to slowly crack Chapter 16, Section 1613 of the International Building Code along with its reference standard ASCE-7 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures. In 2000, New York State adopted the International Building Code (IBC) as its model building code, and along with this adoption came seismic design.
Most of us have been at this “stay-at-home” work-life for over a month now at least. Some of us have gotten into a partial groove, but do you ever feel that you could be more productive? Do you have kids at home that you are now teaching or coaching for those on-line classes? Your significant other working right next to you? How about your suddenly needy pets?
Earth Day 2020: I am sitting in my office (currently a room upstairs at my home) thinking about the current pandemic and similarities with climate change - a slower global crisis but with even higher stakes. Like the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change will affect everyone regardless of social or economic standing. It can’t be seen by the naked eye or easily anticipated, so we rely on the scientific community to warn us of its emergence
Concrete slab on metal deck floor systems is one of the most popular floor systems in the country, especially here in the northeast where structural steel buildings tend to be more prevalent than reinforced concrete.
Can architectural space be more than subjectively beautiful? Are there objective realities in the built environment that cause humans to elicit certain responses of well-being or fear, stress or relaxation, pain or pleasure?
CANstruction is an annual design competition that connects talented architects, engineers, contractors, and students to imagine/create colossal structures built completely out of canned food items.
It's 'Engineers Week 2020,' so we would like to celebrate our very own Justin Pechar, Director of Structural Engineering at HHA, & we would like to share the progress of one of his projects: Cornerstone Eye Surgery in Rochester, NY.
Hyman Hayes Associates is pleased to announce the appointment of Jay Stasack as an Associate, member of the Leadership Team, and Healthcare Architectural Expert. Jay has over 34 years of experience as an Architect with....
HHA was honored to be the architects on this project - The Massry Family Children’s Emergency Center at Albany Medical Center - and we are now thrilled that it was just awarded the 'Innovative Design, New Construct Award' from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) New York Upstate for Environmental and Socially Responsible Excellence in Construction.
For their tireless dedication and contributions to the community, Dr. Richard & Valerie Brooks were honored at The Annual Ellis Medicine Winter Gala on Saturday, January 25! The gala benefits programs and services at Ellis Medicine. HHA is proud to support Ellis Medicine.
Do you ever wonder how HHA makes their Architectural Renders?