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Raleigh, N.C. - HH Architecture’s Prajakta Bagul, AIA, LEEP AP BD+C, successfully completed the Architectural Registration Examination and is now a Registered Architect. Specializing in construction administration, project management, and design, Ms. Bagul began working for HH Architecture in 2011 as an architectural intern and has assumed her new role of Architect.
November 2nd, 2012 in Company News
The Anne Gordon Center for Active Adults commemorated its grand opening on November 1st to celebrate the wide variety of services, which will now be offered within the Raleigh community. Mayor Pro Tem Russ Stephenson, several Raleigh City Council members and Anne Gordon attended the ceremony.
This contemporary 4,600 square foot facility was designed by HH Architecture specifically with the ages 50 plus demographic in mind. The building includes an easy to follow floor plan as well as day-lit interior spaces that decrease glare. The design intention for the interior was to establish a functional, yet welcoming and cozy environment for the clientele.
October 3rd, 2012 in Company News
The Ronald McDonald House of Durham held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of its new expansion. The project added 28 new suites for families, more than doubling the size of the original facility. The expansion also included 26,000 square feet of living space, as well as a community room, expanded play areas, quiet spaces for studying, a chapel, and more.
HH Architecture designed the new facility to create a comfortable, welcoming environment for families of seriously ill children who must travel to receive specialized care at Duke Children’s Hospital. The space was also designed to be LEED Silver equivalent, featuring low maintenance and durable materials, a healthy indoor environment, and naturally day-lit spaces.
The ribbon-cutting featured dignitaries from Duke University Medical Center, Board Members from Ronald McDonald House of Durham, community leaders, and Governor Beverly Purdue.
September 26th, 2012 in Company News
Wake County and the City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department celebrated the grand opening of the Five Points Center for Active Adults, located off of Whitaker Mill Road. As one of the first two city-owned senior centers, the 20,000-square-foot center is now open and holding adult programs.
HH Architecture designed the facility, which includes a large multi-purpose area; fitness, art, and game rooms; and a commercial kitchen for serving Meals on Wheels patrons.
Currently pursuing LEED Silver certification through the US Green Building Council, the center’s sustainable design features include a rainwater collection and reuse system, optimal allowance of day-lighting, and the use of local, natural building materials.
September 20th, 2012 in Company News
Fayetteville Technical Community College celebrated the dedication and grand opening of its new General Classroom Building, a long anticipated addition to campus.
HH Architecture designed the 70,000-square-foot building in a way that reused the existing structure from a decommissioned Service Merchandise building. In addition to the reused structure, the design incorporated additional sustainable building features, including a rainwater collection system, a combined thermal and air barrier continuous insulation system, day-lighting, energy efficient lighting fixtures, and green flooring materials.
With state-of-the-art technologies, the General Classroom Building houses classrooms, faculty offices, conference rooms, computer labs, a multipurpose room, as well as the school’s bookstore and security offices.