March 29th, 2012

Welcome!

Welcome to our new look!  As you read this, Hasenstab Architects is celebrating several milestones. First (and probably most obvious, since you’re here) is our new website, www.hasenstabinc.com.

No longer do we have to answer inquiries about our old address, www.hainc.cc  (more on that in posts to come)

Second, our new corporate logo and colors are featured in the site.  We had contemplated this change for a long time, but the task seemed pretty daunting.   When you have a firm full of talented architects, designers, and engineers, all of whom have great opinions and  design input, you need some guidance from those who do this kind of thing for a living to focus those contributions.  Fortunately, the good folks at 427 Design right here in Akron (in our own building, for that matter) were able to lend their award-winning design skills, as well as some fun, to the process.   More on that in a later post, too.

The third, and probably most important, milestone is the beginning of our next thirty years in business.  We reached the thirty year anniversary for Hasenstab Architects , fittingly some might say, on April Fool’s Day.  As we look back, we are extremely proud of the work we’ve done, the friends and clients we’ve come to know over the years, and the strong reputation we have built over these three decades of practice.

As we look forward,  we are energized by the continued trust placed in us by many of our early clients,  an ever-expanding array of new clients and markets,  our staff, and the continually evolving methods  we use to communicate our creativity and expertise.   Thanks to all of you who have accompanied us, and will accompany us, as we move towards the future.

Enjoy our new site.

We welcome any feedback and look forward to working with you in the near future.

 

Comments: One

  • Posted April 9, 2012 at 2:09 pm | Permalink

    Congratulations on your 30 year anniversary!!!

    We look forward to supplying our products and services on HA’s buildings for the next 30 years.