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Architect

August Frederick Hoenack, American architect. Recipient Superior Service award Department of Health, 1967, Outstanding Alumnus award Pratt Institute, 1968. Fellow American Institute of Architects (member health environment committee 1960-1967), American Association Hospital Planning (Distinguished Service to Hospital Design award 1967), American Hospital Association, International Hospital Federation.

Background

Hoenack, August Frederick was born on April 1, 1908 in New York City. Son of Hugo H. and Hulda (Kilian) Hoenack.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Pratt Institute, 1938. Student, Columbia, 1931. Postgraduate, George Washington University, 1941.

Career

Architect PBA, Washington, 1938-1941. Associate architect hospital facilities United States Public Health Service, 1942-1946, assistant chief, 1946-1955, chief architecture, engineering equipment branch, 1955-1968. Vice president firm Jensen & Halstead (Architects, Engineers & Consultants), Chicago, 1968-1973.

Associate Dalton, Dalton, Little, Newport, Bethesda, Maryland, 1973-1980.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor professional journals.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects (member health environment committee 1960-1967), American Association Hospital Planning (Distinguished Service to Hospital Design award 1967), American Hospital Association, International Hospital Federation.

Connections

Married Mary Margery Course, June 14, 1939. Children– Stephen A., Judith (Mistress Paul Schultz), Francis A., August Jeremy.

father:
Hugo H. Hoenack

mother:
Hulda (Kilian) Hoenack

spouse:
Mary Margery Course

child:
Stephen A. Hoenack

child:
Judith Hoenack (Mistress Paul Schultz)

child:
Francis A. Hoenack

child:
August Jeremy Hoenack