We are proud to share that the Davenport Field expansion project at University of Virginia has been awarded LEED Silver certification! Our civil engineers and landscape architects worked together, along with DLR Group and the University, to reach this achievement. Of particular note was achieving stormwater design-quantity control credits through the integration of low impact […]
We’re thrilled to be working with RRMM’s team on this project! HG is providing civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the new events center. Click the image below to read the article at Richmond Times-Dispatch.
In part two of our interview with Wayne Boy, former Director of Planning and Design at College of William and Mary, we spoke with him for tips on how to demystify the university building selection process for architecture and construction firms. To read Part 1, click here. HG: You were a selection committee member for literally […]
Starting in 2002, HG Design Studio assisted the University of Richmond with The Forum, a space that unifies several otherwise lost buildings on campus. The Forum’s place on the campus was once the connection between the men’s and women’s campuses. This connection is now marked by a broad circular brick paved plaza. The circle also […]
HG Design Studio has a long-standing working relationship with Virginia Commonwealth University. VCU has been committed to improving the quality of life for the faculty, staff and students. As an urban university with a diverse collection of buildings ranging from historic nineteenth century brownstones to large modern buildings, the pedestrian system is the dominant element […]
In this three-part interview series, HG sat down with Wayne to get an insider’s view on how firms are chosen for projects, and why having the technical expertise for a given project is not enough to win a job.
This is the first of a series of posts taking us on a “Trip Down Memory Lane,” revisiting some the projects we’ve completed in the past. HG Design Studio completed designs for the University of Richmond to master plan the east side of Cannon Chapel. The space formerly served as an exterior access route from […]
HG Design Studio has the unique experience of influencing “first impressions” at the University of Richmond with the new Queally Admissions Center Building. What was previously a dumpsite is now a “front door” for prospective students.
Who says design and construction has to be a slow process? In preparation for tonight’s debate at Longwood, HG has been busy designing and managing construction of projects that beautify and functionalize it’s outdoor spaces around Willett Hall and the Gateway.