HKP Architects presented the first update to a joint meeting of the Mount Vernon City Council and Library Board at the August 4th Study Session. 50% Schematic Design plans were shared along with sustainability goals, existing conditions verification, and overall project schedule. Watch the presentations here: https://youtu.be/RgVQTsfGoJQ
HKP Architects is so excited to be part of the Chad Fisher Constructon Design/Build team to be brining much needed expansion space to the Chuckanut Brewery at the Port of Skagit. More space for production means more of Chuckanut’s amazing brews available for all of us! Looking forward to this one breaking ground soon.
HKP Architects is thrilled to be working once again on the Historic Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon, WA. The Front of House is being remodeled to accommodate better flow and to add much needed larger restrooms. See what’s new in this virtual walk-through:
For the past two summers, I have traveled from Washington State to Wisconsin and back three times to work remotely while helping with family. The first trip, in the height of COVID-19, involved borrowing a friend’s travel van and driving both ways when hotels were closed. The last two trips have been by train, and […]
It’s often the case that the best views of a place are from the water. And for as many years as I lived in and visited Chicago, I had never seen it from the water. On a recent family trip to visit my former boss and her husband (also an architect), we booked an afternoon […]
The AIA’s Architect’s Guide to Business Continuity has been updated and is now released to the public. HKP’s case study about dealing with a building fire is now included. Click the link below for more! https://www.aia.org/resources/6282340-architects-guide-to-business-continuity?editing=true> “I can’t thank you enough for talking to me about your fire experience. Stories and advice like yours bring […]
Tales From the Magic Skagit: The Legacy of Henry Klein, “Town Architect” Michael Boss’s recent article on the history of Henry Klein inspired by the recent exhibit that HKP Architects curated for the Skagit County Historical Museum is a wonderful tribute to our firm founder.
HKP Architects is proud to be announcing the upcoming opening of the Oak Harbor Skagit/Islands Head Start location. Located in the old Land Title building, the building has been completely remodeled to provide for early learning environment with a outdoor playground. Construction is anticipated to be complete in September.
HKP Architects is working on three Skagit/Islands Head Start projects this year and the first is set to open in September. Located in Burlington, off Burlington Boulevard in the previous Skagit Bank Loan Office, this reimagined space will become a new home for Head Start’s early learning education.