Hickok Cole Receives Just Label

May 16, 2022

And Just Like That. We’re proud to announce that Hickok Cole has received its JUST Label 2.0 from the International Living Future Industry (ILFI). The…

Read More

The True Cost of Embodied Carbon

February 17, 2022

In 2021, Hickok Cole, Redbrick LMD, Arup, and DPR Construction were awarded a Building Innovation Grant from the Department of Energy and Environment to study…

Read More

Hickok Cole Celebrates Spring 2022 Promotions

February 16, 2022

We are thrilled to kick off the new year by recognizing the accomplishments of our team. Today, we celebrate the promotion of several firm leaders,…

Read More

Hickok Cole Expands Design Leadership Team

January 13, 2022

Senior Associates Tammy Lippman and Patrick Gegen promoted to Design Director positions. Today, we celebrate the promotion of Senior Associates Tammy Lippman and Patrick Gegen…

Read More

Hickok Cole Celebrates Art Night’s Return at New HQ

November 2, 2021

Hosted in partnership with Washington Project for the Arts (WPA), Art Night has raised over $1.5 million in support of the DC arts community. Washington,…

Read More

Hickok Cole Announces 2021 Promotions

September 9, 2021

Washington, DC—September 9th, 2021—Today we recognize the hard work and dedication of our colleagues by announcing our 2021 promotions and celebrating the expansion of our…

Read More

Our New World of Work

July 6, 2021

Enjoy a preview of our new Union Market home as we put on the finishing touches. See you soon!

Hickok Cole Celebrates Second DOEE Grant as Director of Sustainable Design is Appointed to HUB Board

May 20, 2021

This marks Hickok Cole’s second grant in under a year from the DOEE to support the exploration of embodied carbon and lifecycle studies.

Mass Timber’s Moment: What’s Next for CLT?

April 12, 2021

Just last month, over 1,300 tons of mass timber arrived on site at 80 M Street in Washington, DC’s Capitol Riverfront district. Having completed its…

Read More

Hickok Cole’s Richmond Studio Re-Locates to the Arts District Neighborhood

November 16, 2020

The 1,500 square foot space reflects the firm’s confidence in the revitalization of downtown Broad Street and commitment to securing a successful future for Richmond.…

Read More