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…

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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.…

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Hickok Cole Celebrates Fall 2020 Awards

Awards season is upon us, with many national and local program announcements postponed to the fall due to COVID-19. It’s been one of much celebration…

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Hickok Cole Celebrates 20 Years of Art Night with Over $115K Raised in Support of the DC Arts Community

November 2, 2020

Art Month 2020 re-imagines Hickok Cole’s annual fundraiser for the virtual landscape with an online event series and art gallery.  WASHINGTON, DC – November 2,…

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Principal Leadership Group Expands with Summer 2020 Promotions

September 2, 2020

Hickok Cole Elevates David Wahl and Sarah Barr to Principal and Stefano Sani to Associate Principal With the announcement of promotions this summer, additional staff…

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Celebrating 2020 Awards Season

November 5, 2020

Awards season is upon us, with many national and local program announcements postponed to the fall due to COVID-19. It’s been one of much celebration…

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Hickok Cole Awarded DOEE Net Zero Energy Study Grant

July 13, 2020

This continues the forward-focused design firm’s development of net zero energy design acumen for projects in the DMV. WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 13, 2020) – Today,…

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Hickok Cole Announces Headquarters Relocation to DC’s Union Market Neighborhood

June 3, 2020

The forward-focused design practice plans to relocate from its current Georgetown location in the spring of next year. WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 3, 2020) – Hickok…

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Inside Facades+ DC: The Projects, Trends, and Voices

February 10, 2020

Architecture in Washington, DC is easily overlooked, often distilled to a vision of concrete and conservatism or disregarded as unimaginative. But architects in the city…

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Robert L. Holzbach Begins Term as 2020 President of the AIA|DC

January 28, 2020

We are pleased to announce Robert L. Holzbach, AIA, LEED AP, our Principal and Director of Staff Operations, has begun his term as the 2020 President…

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