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Kempsville Community Recreation Center Honored with American Public Works Association (APWA) Mid Atlantic Chapter Project of the Year Award

Janice
Featured, General News
We are pleased to announce that the Kempsville Community Recreation Center Project received the 2018 APWA Mid-Atlantic Chapter's Project of the Year Award (for Structures $25 million to $75 million.) Congratulations to the entire team!
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Elizabeth River Park Honored with Virginia Recreation and Park Society Award

Janice
Featured, General News, Photos
We are pleased to announce that the Elizabeth River Park Project received the Award of Best New Facility (Parks, Playground, Greenways and Trails) Population Greater than 100,000 from the Virginia Recreation and Park Society. Congratulations to the entire team!
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Woman’s Club of Portsmouth Honored at HRACRE Design Awards

Janice
Design, Featured, General News
We are pleased to announce that the Woman's Club of Portsmouth received the "Award of Excellence" in the category of Best Renovated or Historic Rehabilitation Project from HRACRE on the 11th of October. [caption id="attachment_8016" align="aligncenter" width="441"] Circa 1930's Postcard[/caption]   Congratulations to the entire team!
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Suffolk Municipal Center Honored at HRACRE Design Awards

Lauren
Design, Featured, General News
We are pleased to announce that the Suffolk E-911 Call Center and Municipal Center received the "Award of Merit" in the category of Best Institutional / Public Building from HRACRE last night. The facility is a two-story 115,000 SF building that is located on the corner of West Washington Street and Henley Place, with the front façade being prominent on West Washington Street. The site is located in the Suffolk Historic & Cultural Conservation Overlay District and the project complies with the Historic District Design Guidelines. Congratulations to the entire team!  
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The Healing Place of Hampton Roads

Kelly
Design, Featured, Front Page, General News
Recently published in the Daily Press, an article featuring The Healing Place of Hampton Roads (designed by HBA): Healing Place of Hampton Roads aims for 2016 opening By Theresa Clift, tclift@dailypress.com 8:09 p.m. EDT, September 29, 2014 NEWPORT NEWS — The Healing Place of Hampton Roads, a long-term detox and rehabilitation facility for the region's homeless, could open as early as 2016. The roughly $18.6 million facility will serve 26 jurisdictions across Hampton Roads, western Tidewater, the Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula and Eastern Shore. The location for the facility is not yet finalized, said Ruth Hill, executive director. Leaders have asked the state to pay 20 percent of the cost, about $4 million, Hill said. The rest would come from the localities and private donations. Newport News City Manager Jim Bourey said he would likely recommend the City Council approve the funding. There's also a Healing Place facility in Richmond and another is being planned in southwest Virginia. Residents of Healing Place stay for nine to 15 months, going through several phases of getting sober, getting professional training and finally become peer mentors for
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