Virginia Ranks Number 8 in the US Green Building Council (USGBC) annual list of Top 10 States for LEED
HBA understands the impact facilities and vehicles can have on the environment, we strive to implement sustainable design strategies and methodologies wherever possible. Our holistic, integrated design approach results in healthy, safe, productive, cost effective and sustainable facilities. We strive to create skillful, thoughtful, and sensitive designs that withstand the test of time. HBA’s staff includes four LEED® Accredited Professionals who, from initial concept development, identify and incorporate sustainable design strategies for site planning, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality. Many of HBA’s current projects incorporate green building practices and strategies. We have sustainable design projects in all phases that have been, or are seeking USGBC LEED® Certification. Though not all of our projects seek LEED® Certification, most of them are designed to LEED® standards, giving the Owner the option to register and gain certification. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) released its annual list of Top 10 States for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the worRead More →
Union Mission Ministries
January 29, 2019
In lieu of Holiday Gifts, HBA was fortunate and grateful to have the opportunity to donate to the FoodBank of Southeastern Virginia, Union Mission Ministries, Greater Richmond ARC and project:HOMES Since 1892, Union Mission Ministries has provided assistance to those in need. Whether a roof over their head, a warm meal in their stomach, medical services, or helping that person get back on their feet through job development services, Union Mission has sought “To aid the poor and needy; to reform the erring; to help those that are out of the way; to feed the hungry; to shelter the homeless; to preach the gospel; and to rescue the perishing.” For more information on the Union Mission Ministries and how you can help, follow this link: unionmissionministriesRead More →
Home of the future takes first place at the international competition.
Congratulations to Virginia Tech FutureHAUS Dubai Team on winning the 2018 Solar Decathlon Middle East. Read more about it here and hereRead More →
HBA welcomes Alexandra Fasshauer
HBA is pleased to announce the addition of Alexandra Fasshauer to the HBA staff as a new Intern Architect. Alexandra is a graduate of University of Florida where she earned her Bachelors of Design with a major in Architecture in 2014. Alexandra recently moved to Virginia from Florida along with her two dogs (Mae) a Jack Russell Terrier and (Louie) a Mini Pointer Dachshund. She loves to travel and explore cities rich in traditional architecture. In her spare time, she is an avid reader, loves to refinish furniture, country two step and line dance and compete in bodybuilding events. She also loves to brew her own beer and hopes to one day own a brewery herself.Read More →
Jack was honored to attend the ARC Donor Appreciation Dinner.
November 21, 2018
[photo credit to James Haskins] [photo credit to James Haskins] Construction for the Greater Richmond ARC’s Flexible Multipurpose Programming Facility is slated to begin in December 2018. HBA has provided architectural services for the facility, which is located at ARC’s Camp Baker Facility. Hourigan Construction will be providing Construction Services for the project.Read More →
The Roebuck honored with Associated Builders and Contractors (Virginia Chapter) Honor Award of Excellence
November 16, 2018
We are pleased to announce that The Roebuck in Norfolk received the Honor Award of Excellence in the Historic Restoration Awards Category from the Associated Builders and Contractors - Virginia Chapter. Congratulations to the entire team!Read More →