(Appleton, WI) – Julie Heiberger, who joined the team at Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. in 1998, has become the newest minority owner at the firm. A senior project architect and the religious market leader at Hoffman, Heiberger joins the ownership team that includes Sam Statz, president and majority owner, and six other minority owners.
“We’re excited to welcome Julie to the ownership group at Hoffman,” Statz said. “During her 23+ years at Hoffman, she has shown tremendous leadership skills along with the dedication, creativity, and passion that has enabled her to thrive with our women religious and senior living clients. Her diverse skillset and knowledge will be a great asset to our team as we position Hoffman for future growth.”
“As a long-time Hoffman employee, I’m looking forward to being part of a group that is committed to serving our team and our clients,” said Heiberger. “There is great excitement among our owners and team as we ready to face the challenges of new opportunities in the coming years.”
Heiberger’s expertise centers around designing sustainable not-for-profit senior living and women’s religious facilities that support the latest care models and industry trends. She is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Accredited Professional. Several of her projects have earned national recognition, including one that received an Award of Excellence from the Design Build Institute of America.
Heiberger received her Master of Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where she also served as an adjunct professor of architecture.