Rivera, AIA, honored with TSA Award for Young Professional Achievement

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Corpus Christi, TX – August 9, 2018 – Connie G. Rivera, AIA, is the 2018 recipient of the Texas Society of Architects’ award for Young Professional Achievement in honor of William W. Caudill, FAIA. This prestigious award honors a single architect member who has made significant contributions in the areas of leadership in the profession, service to the organization as … Read More

Legacy on the ‘Lex’: Community honors Captain Rocco Montesano with Farewell Celebration

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WKMC Architect and Lady Lex Board Member William McCord and his wife Kathy were among those who gathered aboard the USS Lexington Museum on the Bay on January 4th to celebrate the achievements of retiring Executive Director F.W. “Rocco” Montesano. Attended by 400 guests, the event was emceed by Texas Radio Hall of Famer Jim Lago, host of the popular … Read More

WKMC Architect Connie Rivera Uses Skills and Passion to Give Back After Hurricane Harvey

Jonathan SwindleWKMC News

As an unusually active 2017 hurricane season comes to a close, it’s back to normal for some residents along the Gulf Coast. But for many in the Coastal Bend, the long process of assessing the damage left behind by Hurricane Harvey and rebuilding coastal communities is ongoing. Across the country, design and architecture professionals are lending their time and skills … Read More

Employee Spotlight: Jodi Smith Goings, RID

Jonathan SwindleEmployee Spotlight

Jodi is one of three NCIDQ Certified Interior Designers in Corpus Christi.  She found her new home in the Coastal Bend after relocating from Indiana in 2012.  She joined the WKMC team three years ago and is a seasoned Program/Project Manager whose strengths lie in building programming, conceptual development, communicating with stakeholders, and execution of design.  She has specific expertise … Read More

Building for Resiliency: WKMC Building Projects Stand Up to Hurricane Harvey

Jonathan SwindleExpert Advice

As Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas on the night of August 25th, thousands of South Texas residents braced for a record-breaking storm that grew from a tropical depression to a category 4 hurricane in just 56 hours. After hitting land and stalling, Hurricane Harvey made a slow trek back toward the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall for … Read More