Kristen Hess, principal at HH Architecture, was selected for the “Top 40 Under 40 Leadership Award” from the Triangle Business Journal. This award recognizes professionals under age 40 for their significant career achievements, as well as substantial involvement in community service outside of their day-to-day job. Recipients were honored at a ceremony on May 7 at North Ridge Country Club in Raleigh.
Triangle Business Journal, April 30, 2010
HH Architecture was recognized for the Networking Award from the Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women’s (TCREW) 2010 Champion Awards. Each year, this award goes to a group of TCREW members who worked together on a commercial real estate project. This year’s Networking Award recognized those members involved in the acquisition of the new office building for HH Architecture.
The team includes Kristen Hess of HH Architecture, Michelle Rich Goode of Rich Commercial Realty, Laura Haulsey of RBC Bank, Katherine Thomas of Progress Energy, and Chris Young of First Citizens Bank.
Recipients were honored at a ceremony on April 29th at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham.
July 22nd, 2009 in Articles
NBC 17 :: Justin Moss, July 21, 2009
City officials got a glimpse of what two new senior citizen centers will look like when they’re built in a few years.
City Council members looked at designs for both the center to be built on Whitaker Mill Road, the center for the Millbrook Exchange Park on Spring Forest Road.
April 28th, 2009 in Articles
Triangle Business Journal :: Cameron Snipes, April 27, 2009
Raleigh’s HH Architecture has won a contract to design Fayetteville Technical Community College’s new campus.
Financial terms of the agreement were not revealed. The new Fayetteville Tech campus will cover 60 acres in western Cumberland County.
HH Architecture currently is working on the redesign of the service merchandise building on Fayetteville Tech’s main campus. That $13.2 million project calls for the conversion of the building into a structure with new classrooms, offices, labs and campus bookstore.
HH Architecture employs nine people.
April 22nd, 2009 in Articles
Buildings were designed to suit the needs of aging residentsThe News & Observer :: Thomas Goldsmith, Staff Writer, April 22, 2009
Let’s face it: A senior center is meant for older people, not for kids.
And that was the thinking that has gone into the designs of Raleigh’s two planned centers, which were unveiled last week at a Raleigh Parks and Recreation event.
Both a larger center on Whitaker Mill Road and a smaller center at Millbrook Exchange Park will have a number of features specifically aimed at making the centers more enjoyable, easier to use and safer for older people.
“We are not building a building for everybody; we are building a building for you,” Chris Horner, project manager at HH Architecture, told older Raleigh residents who gathered for the April 14 meeting at Hayes Barton United Methodist Church.