Archives of #Richmond

CarMax Joining The Sauer Center

We’re excited to hear the news that CarMax will be moving into the Sauer Center! HG is providing master planning and landscape architecture for this mixed-use development, which will also include a new Whole Foods store, apartments, a GRTC Pulse station and more. Click the image below to read more at Richmond BizSense.

St. Joseph’s Villa Dooley Center

HG is proud to be providing civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the Dooley Center for Autism redevelopment. We’re excited to see construction begin! Click the image below to read the full article at Richmond BizSense.

The Sauer Center

We’re proud that our own Rick Gorrell has been a key member of the design team on this project! Click the image below to read the story at Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Belle Heights in Manchester

We are excited to be on this project with Harper Associates, providing civil engineering and landscape architecture! Click the image below to read the article at Richmond BizSense.  

Overbrook Apartments

We’re excited to be working on this great project with our friends at Historic Housing! Click the image below to read the article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

The Nest at Scott’s Addition

Very cool project in Scott’s Addition.  Thank you to WalterParks for giving HG a chance to work with you and the owner on The Nest! Click the image below to read the article on Richmond BizSense.

Interview with Wayne Boy (Part 2)

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 […]

Trip Down Memory Lane: UR The Forum

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 […]
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