At Kingman Island, Plans For A Nature Center, Floating Lab

December 27, 2017

Since 2016, the Department of Energy and Environment has studied possibilities for expanding environmental education at Washington, D.C.’s Kingman and Heritage Islands, also known as…

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Holly Lennihan named Director of Sustainable Design

November 29, 2017

Hickok Cole is pleased to announce that Holly Lennihan has been named the firm’s first Director of Sustainable Design. Holly has been with the firm…

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AGU Building Renovation Update Video

November 21, 2017

Nothing’s more exciting than seeing our designs come to life. Follow along with American Geophysical Union as they transform their DC headquarters into the District’s…

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Kingman & Heritage Islands Planning & Feasibility Study

September 5, 2017

DC DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT — Led by DOEE, Hickok Cole Architects and partners have developed this draft proposal that presents a vision for enhancing the…

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National Building Museum Timber City exhibit

A Stroll through Timber City with Holly Lennihan

August 7, 2017

Over the past few months, there has been a steady stream of conversation and research around the office related to the subject of mass timber…

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AGU Board Approves Net Zero Renovation

December 21, 2016

Striving to serve as an exemplary model for sustainable buildings and to be the District’s first-ever existing commercial building conversion to reach net zero energy…

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Engaged Design

September 21, 2016

At Hickok Cole Architects, we value design that is evocative, meaningful and deliberate. Our buildings are tailored. Specificity generates distinction. Civic engagement through public outreach…

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Elevate Sustainability

February 29, 2016

As climate change and green codes have challenged architects to make our built environment more and more sustainable, an ambitious new benchmark has appeared, an…

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