George ‘Pete’ Wimberly and Howard Cook form Wimberly and Cook in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Work starts on the first hospitality project, renovation of the iconic Royal Hawaiian Resort, Waikiki.
The firm expands into the South Pacific designing Hotel Tahiti.
Redefining resort design: Hotel Bora Bora opens, the first with guest rooms over the water.
George Whisenand, Jerry Allison, Greg Tong and Don Goo join to create Wimberly Whisenand Allison Tong & Goo.
New frontiers as WWAT&G enters Asia with the Shangri-La Garden Wing in Singapore.
Tanjong Jara in Malaysia is completed and awarded the Aga Khan Award for architecture.
With the first US mainland projects awarded, an office opens in Newport Beach, California.
WATG team starts offering master planning services, creating the framework for urban and resort communities of the future.
The firm becomes known as Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo.
London office opens to begin designing destinations for Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Breaking new ground, WATG designs the Palace of the Lost City in South Africa.
Making a move into Latin America with Four Seasons Mexico City.
Making a splash in the Middle East, with three new projects in Egypt and three more in Jordan.
A new office in Singapore brings a fresh focus and expands WATG’s reach across Southeast Asia.
Interior design services are launched, adding intimacy to the client experience and creating a holistic vision.
Las Vegas jackpot with the opening of the Venetian, The Mansion at MGM Grand, and the Palace Tower at Caesars Palace.
Strategic advisory services are added to guide clients through negotiation and development.
WATG adds landscape design services, creating calming oases in urban and resort spaces.
Working as master planning consultant for all resort/non-industrial areas on King Abdullah Economic City.
One of the most expensive hotels ever built, the Emirates Palace opens in Abu Dhabi.
Four Southern California offices are integrated in Irvine, with WATG’s name atop the building.
In Muscat, work starts on the Royal Opera House; work continues on the Oman Convention & Exhibition Center.
Winners of Radical Innovation and USGBC Sustainable Suite awards; inducted into the Hospitality Design Platinum Circle.
Interior design services are branded as Wimberly Interiors with a new office in New York City.
Expanding west, Wimberly Interiors office opens in Los Angeles' design hub.
Istanbul office opens, a testament to Turkey’s entrepreneurial strengths.
WATG further expands in EMEA opening an office in Dubai, UAE.
WATG becomes an employee-owned business (EOB).
WATG’s “Curve Appeal” wins the Freeform Home Design Challenge to design the world’s first 3D-printed house.
WATG unveils Green Block to help make London the world’s first 'National Park City.'
In the wake of over 40 successful years in China, WATG opens a full-service Shanghai office.