AGU headquarters

American Geophysical Union will be the first renovated commercial building in the capital to be Net Zero

August 16, 2018

WASHINGTON DC – When the American Geophysical Union decided to renovate its headquarters, it saw an opportunity not only to upgrade its aging systems and reconfigure…

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Mike Hickok weighs in on Amazon HQ2

August 3, 2018

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL – “It will neither solve our problems or make them worse. As big an powerful as Amazon is, it will NOT overwhelm…

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Architects Hickok and Cole on NPR HQ, International Spy Museum and Their Partnership

August 1, 2018

WASHINGTON DC – Michael Hickok came to Washington, D.C. in 1981 to lead an outpost of Boston-based architecture firm ADD. In three decades on the D.C.…

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Kingman Island Ranger Station

Hickok Cole wins Wood Innovations grant

July 9, 2018

WASHINGTON DC – Hickok Cole is proud to announce that it has been awarded a 2018 USDA Forest Service Wood Innovations grant to study the…

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Hickok Cole launches new brand identity

May 15, 2018

WASHINGTON DC – On Thursday, May 10th, Hickok Cole welcomed over 300 clients, partners and friends to its Georgetown, DC office to celebrate the company’s…

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D.C. Architects Envision Timber Skyscraper for Philly

May 11, 2018

CURBED PHILADELPHIA — If the Philly skyline brings to mind one thing, it’s glass—and lots of it. From the Comcast Center to the two Liberty Palaces, many of…

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D.C. Architects Want to Build a Timber Skyscraper in Philadelphia

PHILLY VOICE — “When you think of a skyscraper, you’re usually dealing with steel or concrete,” said Sean McTaggart, project architect at Hickok Cole. “The…

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Fast Company 2018 World Changing Ideas finalist

April 17, 2018

FAST COMPANY — Hickok Cole Architects’ master plan for Kingman and Heritage Islands has been named a finalist in the Urban Design category. World Changing Ideas…

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Hickok Cole Demonstrates the Viability of Mass Timber High-Rise in the US

March 22, 2018

DESIGNBOOM — Skyscrapers are iconic signifiers of innovation and prosperity in the United States, and yet the extraction of the building materials for steel and concrete has been…

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How Residential and Office Developers Are Preparing for the Realities of Net Zero

March 12, 2018

URBAN LAND MAGAZINE — In 2017, California passed the first net-zero building code in the United States. New York City; Washington, D.C.; and other cities…

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