July 20th, 2010
The San Diego studio of HMC Architects announces the promotion of Steven Prince to managing principal. Prince was formerly a principal in the firm’s Ontario, Calif., studio.
June 17th, 2010
It’s official. The 14,000 square foot Frontier Project for the Cucamonga Valley Water District, designed by HMC Architects, has achieved LEED Platinum certification. Since this particular project was designed to educate visitors about the latest methods and technologies in sustainable building practices and resource conservation, this achievement was fundamentally important.
June 7th, 2010
Each spring, HMC Architects awards two travel fellowships to meritorious employees to encourage the exploration of other cultures and to strengthen the creative ethos of the firm. Each entrant submits a destination and describes how the experience would contribute to their personal vision and professional growth. This year, the winners of the competition are Yunnan Allen, LEED® AP and Danny Schapker. Each received a $4,000 travel stipend and an additional week of paid time off to complete their proposed journey.
May 13th, 2010
There are times in the architectural profession when the job is rewarding in truly unexpected ways. For Konni Doi, CID, LEED® AP, a principal and senior interior designer at HMC Architects, that moment came when she received a unique opportunity to give back to her community by helping to facilitate the donation of furniture to Operation SafeHouse, an emergency teen shelter in Southern California.
May 11th, 2010
Greg Stolrow, a seasoned financial professional with prior financial and operational experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, joins HMC Architects as their new chief financial officer (CFO).
May 10th, 2010
On March 26, 2010, HMC Architects and Shunde Architectural Design Institute (SDADI) broke ground on The First People’s Hospital in the Shunde District of China. The event was incredibly festive and efficient, with the entire function lasting under an hour.
April 20th, 2010
HMC Architects’ 2010 corporate promotions include two principals, two associate principals, six associates, one shareholder, and a chief practice officer.
April 12th, 2010
Ric Mangum, AIA, joins HMC Architects as regional managing principal for the firm’s Northern California offices (San Jose, Sacramento, and Fresno) to expand HMC’s prominence in Central California and the San Francisco Bay Area.
March 23rd, 2010
The staff at HMC Architects have always been committed to improving healthcare and education facilities through design, and now they’re recognizing that by expanding their reach to philanthropy, they can change even more lives within those vital service industries by investing in the next generation of educators, healthcare workers, architects and engineers.
February 1st, 2010
The Division of the State Architect (DSA) has initiated a pilot program—E-Doc 101—to improve their submission process by switching to a paperless system. In an effort to green the way they do business, increase their overall efficiency, and minimize errors, DSA is working exclusively with HMC Architects during the early phases of development to work through all the issues upfront in order to create the ideal electronic transmission process.