ARCHITECTS and ENGINEERS

Up Close: Roxanne Nelson, AIA, LEED AP

Arts Principal Roxanne Nelson recently presented Resiliency Planning: Preparing to Preserve and Protect at the American Alliance of Museums 2017 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo with HGA colleague Ariane Laxo, LEED AP ID+C. In the following, Nelson highlights three big takeaways from the conference.

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Topics: Education, Arts & Culture, Community

Past To Present: John Cook and the Walker Art Center

05.09.17
HGA News

See the evolution of the internationally renowned Walker Art Center’s campus—completed this summer—and the museum’s long-term partnership with HGA.

Through this video, we explore the evolution of the campus over the years – past to present – and the original insights of John Cook and Joan Soranno that have played a role in shaping this institution near and dear to HGA.

 

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Topics: Arts & Culture, Community

Connect with HGA at the American Alliance of Museums' 2017 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo

05.03.17
HGA News

HGA is thrilled to be attending and presenting at the AAM 2017 Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo in St. Louis – the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world. We have attended AAM for two decades, and look forward to connecting with museum leaders, curators, administrators, volunteers and supporters to discuss the vital impact and influence that museums have on our culture.

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Topics: Arts & Culture, Community

Ariane Laxo Presents at Three National Resiliency Conferences in May

Ariane Laxo, CID, LEED AP ID+C, EDAC is an interior designer and co-chair of HGA’s Sustainability Council. She leads the firm’s resilient design task force, an inter-disciplinary firm-wide group that conducts primary and secondary research in order to deepen the firm’s expertise in the field of resilient design. In this video, Ariane briefly describes the building industry definition of resiliency, upcoming conference presentations (described below), and takeaways for conference attendees. 

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Topics: Sustainability & Resiliency, Arts & Culture, Community

HGA Presents at Several Conferences in May

05.01.17
HGA News

We are pleased to have several HGA thought leaders on the road presenting at these national and regional conferences through the month of May 2017:

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Topics: Healthcare, Corporate, Sustainability & Resiliency, Education, Arts & Culture, Community, Engineering, Energy & Infrastructure, Research

Planning Resilient Museums

 

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Topics: Sustainability & Resiliency, Arts & Culture, Community

Make a Steel Building Sail: BIM and VDC Bring Church of the Resurrection to Life

03.28.17
HGA News

When people think of churches, what often comes to mind is a square white building with a triangular roof and a steeple on top. When the congregation of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection envisioned its new place of worship, they imagined something much different.

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Topics: Arts & Culture, Technology, Community, Engineering

Up Close: William Hodges Hendrix

William Hendrix, AIA, LEED AP, is an Architect, Urbanist and Principal in HGA’s Corporate Studio in Washington, DC. His 32-year career has focused on mixed-use, urban-centric projects nationally and internationally. He currently is working on a Performing Arts Center that is part of a mixed-use Master Plan outside DC. Here, he talks about changes impacting the workplace.

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Topics: Corporate, Arts & Culture

Up Close: Marc L’Italien, FAIA

HGA Design Principal Marc L’Italien, FAIA, is a nationally recognized architect with 30 years’ experience providing strategic planning and design expertise for leading arts, community and higher education clients. Here, he talks about how great design enhances the college campus experience.

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Topics: Education, Arts & Culture, Community

Demystifying the Library Building Process

Libraries are often the heart of a community, offering vital resources through technology, information, and social gathering spaces. As libraries continue to grow in importance, more communities are expanding existing libraries or building new. Yet the planning process can be daunting, especially for those new to the brick-and-mortar building process.

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Topics: Arts & Culture, Community

Ideas

HGA’s team of architecture, engineering, planning and design experts share their knowledge through research, published articles, white papers, and speaking engagements.