Featured Business Person: Jason Oldfather.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

The Wichita Eagle
Joe Stumpe

Jason Oldfather

Residential design specialist, Shelden Architecture

Oldfather likes the interaction with clients that goes along with designing their homes.

"I really just like getting to know people on a personal level, understanding what they like and how they live," he said. (read more)

Shelden Architecture’s Wittman Selected For Inaugural Kansas Aia Blox Class.

August, 2011

Inaugural blox class selected! Ten young professionals from across the State have been selected to participate in the 2011 AIA Kansas blox leadership development class. They will be meeting in September to develop a Workplan for the year. A small group of senior chapter leadership will assist this group in developing the plan. I am happy to congratulate and welcome this group into the first class. (read more)

One Of Shelden Architectures' Own Is Named 2011 40 Under 40 Honoree.

Friday, July 15, 2011

The 2011 40 Under 40 class was selected from among more than 120 nominees by an independent panel of past honorees. This year's winners was honored at an awards dinner at the Hyatt Regency Wichita on July 14. (read more)

Donham’s Apartment Project Gets Ok From Historic Preservation Board.

Friday, May 13, 2011, 5:00am CDT

Premium content from Wichita Business Journal by Chris Moon

Kelly Donham is proposing apartments for the Caldwell-Murdock building (on the right) and a new one-story commercial and clubhouse building (center). On the east is the vacant Woolf Brothers building.

Kelly Donham’s proposed apartment project on East Douglas Avenue got approval from city officials this week, giving it a green light to start construction.

The Wichita Historic Preservation Board on Monday voted unanimously to approve the design for the renovated Caldwell-Murdock building and an adjoining one-story commercial building. (read more)

Chamber Names 10 Small-business Finalists.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Wichita Eagle

Ten companies were announced Wednesday as finalists for the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Awards.

One hundred companies were nominated for this year's awards. A panel of judges will select the winners based upon business operations, employee relations, diversity, contributions to the community and entrepreneurial spirit.

The finalists in Tier 1, for companies with one to 25 employees: Eric Fisher Academy, MoJack Distributors, Occidental Management, Shelden Architecture and the Bill Guy Technology Solutions. (read more)

Arck Clinic Relocation Gives Boost To Laham’s Wilson Estates Medical Park.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Dr. Shadi Shahouri says the Arthritis and Rheumatology Clinics of Kansas has run out of room at 2450 N. Woodlawn. The Arthritis and Rheumatology Clinics of Kansas is building new facility at George Laham’s Wilson Estates Medical Park in east Wichita. (read more)

Arthritis Clinic Building New Office at Wilson Estates.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Wichita Business Journal by Chris Moon

The Arthritis and Rheumatology Clinics of Kansas is building new facility at George Laham’s Wilson Estates development in east Wichita.

The clinic, which also has locations in Hutchinson and Leawood, is building a 9,300-square-foot structure. It will be located at 1921 N. Webb, just north of the Center for Women’s Health. (read more)

Gracepoint Church To Begin Work at Cinemas West.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Wichita Business Journal by Chris Moon

GracePoint Church in Wichita says Key Construction Inc. is the general contractor on the church’s $2 million remodeling project at the former Cinemas West theater at Central and Tyler Road.

The church is converting the building into its first permanent home. Shelden Architecture Inc. designed the renovations. (read more)

8,000 Sf Spa Opening in Bradley Fair.

Saturday April 24, 2010

The Wichita Eagle

Healing Waters Spa and Cosmetic Clinic opens at its new location today, but the only people who will see it are those with appointments.

Owner Amanda Gorecki said a VIP party May 6 will be followed by a week of festivities to mark the public opening of the new location, at Bradley Fair. (read more)