Projects (all)

A mixed-use project that includes a housing property for seniors (268,000 sf) and a state-of-the-art medical office building (115,000 sf ) constructed above a common podium that includes a mix of retail uses and a 440-space parking garage.

765 Carlyle Podium and Medical Office Building (MOB)

Alexandria, VA

Renovation of a historic 1922 beaux-arts building which updated the lobby level, common areas, conferencing facilities and major building systems. Other significant upgrades in the project included a new interior atrium and new updates to levels 11, 12, and the penthouse level.

Bowen Building Renovation

Washington, DC

This 1903 landmark building and site was renovated to support its new primary use as a flagship Apple store.  The project also renovated space designated to house the Kiplinger Research Library and D.C. Historical Society.

Carnegie Library Renovation

Washington, DC

A project designed to connect the organization’s two headquarters buildings in a cohesive and welcoming streetscape. The renovation provides a new public plaza and a central pavilion building which, along with a rooftop terrace, serves as an entrance and event space to the HQ complex.

National Geographic Headquarters Plaza and Pavilion

Washington, DC

A new mixed-use project that features a 7-story, office building having two distinct towers with shared lobby space, underground parking, and retail space on the ground floor  level. The facility will act as an innovation center directly connected to Alexandria’s Virginia Tech Innovation Campus.

North Potomac Yard • Block 10 Office Building

Alexandria, VA

An existing 1964-era office building was repurposed to serve as the new, consolidated headquarters of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). The project re-skinned the exterior of the structure and completely refreshed the interior to provide modern workplace capabilities.

WMATA Headquarters

Washington, DC

This six-year renovation restored the 600,000 sf exterior envelope for this 1892 Romanesque-Revival style building. H&M worked closely with the project’s specialized consultants to develop the unique and critical project specifications, notably for the terracotta façade’s restoration.

Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse

Brooklyn, NY

This restoration and expansion project (135,000 sf) renovated a National Historic Landmark building and provided a new entrance pavilion and modern support spaces below grade, including courtrooms, reception spaces and conference rooms. The entire building was upgraded to be ADA-compliant.

District of Columbia Court of Appeals

Washington, DC

This important trial court facility was expanded to support its long-term needs by the addition of a 351,000 sf, seven-story annex. The annex included 9 new courtrooms, 15 chamber sets for judges, a central command center, high-end finishes, and a blast-resistant exterior envelop.

E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse

Boston, MA

The renovation of this 22-story art deco building to continue its use as a Federal Courthouse, including its historic courtrooms and library. The work also included an adaptive reuse of the building’s post office area to serve as offices for several federal agencies.

John W. McCormack Federal Courthouse and Post Office

Rockville, MD

This judicial center was renovated to upgrade its 327,000 sf existing judicial center and expand it, with the new construction of a 191,000 sf annex. The project upgraded existing building systems and architectural finishes. The new annex provided 14 new courtrooms and underground parking.

Montgomery County Circuit Court Annex

Rockville, MD

Built in 1921, this four-story marble and brick neo-classical building -- listed on the National Register for Historical Places, was renovated to mediate wear and support current needs.. The project repaired and replaced building systems, the exterior envelope, foundation, and structure.

Robert S. Vance Federal Building and Courthouse

Birmingham, AL