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Matthew J. Lee, Mar 19, 2020

Thoughts on Becoming WELL

As designers, it’s as much our job to educate our clients as it is to design for them. However, with the urgency of climate change and the current global pandemic threat, we’ve gone from educator to lobbyist. In the process of any project, there are thousands of decisions to be made and each one comes with consequences...

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David Keith, Mar 18, 2020

Hanbury is here for you during COVID-19

To our clients, consultants and collaborators,

As we continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation, we are taking pro-active measures around work and travel to do our part in minimizing the spread of the virus. As of Friday, March 13, our office will be working remotely. The safety and well-being of our team and...

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David Keith, Mar 03, 2020

Hanbury Announces New Principals, Associate Principals and Associates

Hanbury wrapped up 2019 with the elevation of 13 well deserving teammates who have consistently shown high quality work and embodiment of our firm’s values, in addition to being integral to the culture and lifestyle of our workplace.

New Principals: 

Scott Evans Miller, LEED AP, PrincipalScott has been an essential mem...

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Jane Cady Rathbone, Feb 27, 2020

Gregory L. Rutledge, FAIA, Hanbury's Sixth Fellow

We are delighted to share the news that Hanbury’s Gregory Rutledge has been elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Greg is recognized by clients, peers and international colleagues, not only for his design philosophy and technical expertise in preservation, but for the power of his projec...

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Hanbury, Feb 11, 2020

Webinar Now Available: Conversation on Collaboration

Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent panel discussion on approachable ways to create a sustainable and resilient future. Hanbury teamed with Interface for an evening focused on the next generation of sustainability! We hosted Lisa Conway, VP of Sustainability - Americas with Interface Carpet, to highlig...

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Adam Schultz, Feb 04, 2020

No Small Plans

It resembles an internship, but, as Summer Scholar Aayush Das Anat describes it, it's not. “It’s a rare opportunity for you to work as a student in a place where you feel responsible, where what you work on as a summer scholar actually matters and helps the firm itself. You won’t feel like an intern, but more as an emp...

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