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…

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Re-framing the Carbon Conversation

April 9, 2020

As the building and construction sector improve operational carbon efficiency to address global GHG emissions, embodied carbon will make up an increasingly significant share of a building’s total life…

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Institute for Health in the Built Environment org diagram

Hickok Cole joins the Institute for Health in the Built Environment

April 30, 2019

WASHINGTON DC – In March 2019 Hickok Cole officially joined a research consortium headquartered at the University of Oregon called the Institute for Health in…

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Spy Museum will go beyond espionage at its new home in L’Enfant

April 1, 2019

WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL–The name isn’t changing, but when International Spy Museum opens in its shiny new home in May, it’s going to be about a lot…

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The work of reducing carbon emissions from buildings has begun.

March 22, 2019

VOX–The Green New Deal aims to get buildings off fossil fuels. These 6 places have already started. The nation’s capitol has taken some incredibly ambitious…

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DC’s mayor signed an ambitious clean energy law at American Geophysical Union headquarters

January 22, 2019

GREATER GREATER WASHINGTON–DC Mayor Muriel Bowser signed the most ambitious clean energy law in the nation on Friday. It requires all of DC’s electricity to…

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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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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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