June 22nd, 2010
What if we could help save the planet and money at the same time? The good news is we can. In fact, the bottom line is an improved planet, and well… an improved bottom line. The ninth annual Higher Education Sustainability Conference, taking place this week at Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LACCD), is exploring the ways in which we can implement social, environmental, and economic sustainability on California higher education campuses statewide, while preparing students for green collar jobs. HMC is proud to be a Community Sponsor of the 3-day conference. Visit our booth to learn more about how green design can change the world.
For a complete schedule, visit http://2010higheredsustainabilityconference.org/program/program.php
May 1st, 2010
Innovative community partnerships maximize the value and around-the-clock utility of schools, colleges, and other learning environments—especially when well-planned flexible buildings can adapt to diverse needs.
April 21st, 2010
Partners in Education’s (PIE) mission is to support excellence in the preparation of future teachers at Cal Poly Pomona and, in collaboration with stakeholders, to develop and/or promote community-based programs that strengthen the education of the region’s students. HMC is a proud sponsor of PIE, along with HMC’s Kevin Wilkeson, AIA, who is the secretary/treasurer for PIE.
To learn more about PIE and their scholarship program, read their Spring 2010 newsletter.
April 7th, 2010
Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 2010 Pacific Regional Conference
Cutting Edge Design Tools: Virtual Reality in Campus Design
April 7, 2010
9:45 am–10:45 am
March 15th, 2010
The Association of California Community Colleges (ACCCA) presented HMC Architects with their corporate partner of the year award for 2010.
December 8th, 2009
The Student Union Building at California State University, Los Angeles, won the National Merit Award—Public Sector Building Over $25 Million—from the Design-Build Institute of America.
November 30th, 2009
College of the Desert Barker Nursing Complex was awarded the Merit Award for Growth from the CCFC Professional Design Awards.
HMC Architects Announces Three New Hires: Principal in Charge Tom Christian, AIA, and Senior Project Designers David Maglaty, AIA, LEED® AP and Mitchell De Jarnett
October 5th, 2009
Thomas Christian, AIA, joins HMC Architects as a principal in charge in HMC’s San Diego office. Christian brings a diverse architectural background with expertise in higher education and pre-K-12 projects to the firm’s leadership team.
June 23rd, 2009
UC, CSU, CCC Sustainability Conference
June 23, 2009
System-Wide Green Building Solutions
Presented by Holly Hill, HMC Architects; Warren Jacobs, CSU Office of the Chancellor; David Umstot, SDCCD; James Sohn, Build LACCD; Moderated by Michael Bocchicchio, UC Office of the President