HMFH Architects What’s Happening Dec 8, 2020 Saugus Water Conservation The new middle/high school is the first step in the Town of Saugus’ master plan for redeveloping its school system. December 9, 2020 Overcoming Obstacles on the Path to Zero Net Energy Schools Featured in the Annual Green Supplement of High Profile, Julia Nugent provides strategies for designing a Zero Net Energy building. December 8, 2020 Saugus Water Conservation The new middle/high school is the first step in the Town of Saugus’ master plan for redeveloping its school system. November 11, 2020 Material Bank Partner Firm HMFH recently partnered with Material Bank, the world’s largest material marketplace. September 22, 2020 HMFH teams up with Boston Public High School Students This summer HMFH teamed up with Boston Public High School students, from the North End to East Boston, through non-profit Digital Ready. August 6, 2020 Labs that give High School Students—and Turtles—a Head Start New labs at Bristol Aggie are tailored to the unique goals and needs of the hands-on research of the Natural Resource Management program. July 2, 2020 Suni Dillard Helps Develop Embodied Carbon Series As one of HMFH's own Sustainability Leaders, Suni Dillard is well-equipped for her role advising the BSA on its Embodied Carbon 101 series. June 22, 2020 Professional Development at HMFH HMFH is committed to staying on the forefront of sustainable, forward-looking design and evolving new practices that serve clients’ needs. June 8, 2020 Intern Spotlight: Soha Mohammed-Eltaher HMFH is committed to sharing our expertise with the next generation of architects. Meet Soha Mohammed-Eltaher, on co-op with us this year. June 4, 2020 Heavy Timber Structure On the Rise at Bristol Aggie A heavy-timber structure for Bristol Aggie's new student commons is on the rise, showcasing the importance of carbon sequestration May 4, 2020 New Views: Sketches and Reflections from Home Like many workplaces, HMFH has instituted a work from home policy. To bridge the distance, we sketched and shared our views. April 28, 2020 HMFH Gives Back to COVID-19 Relief We pride ourselves on being community-minded problem solvers, and the COVID-19 pandemic is no exception. April 23, 2020 Sun Studies: Optimizing Natural Light at Chapman Middle School Classrooms at the new Chapman Middle School will face nearly every direction. HMFH designed a practical, elegant solution. April 15, 2020 Dover High School Featured in AIA Publication HMFH's design for the new Dover High School & Regional Career Technical Center graces the cover of AIA New Hampshire's Forum. March 17, 2020 A Message from HMFH about COVID-19 HMFH's highest priority is ensuring the safety of our staff and community. Learn how we are serving the needs of our clients remotely. March 12, 2020 International Women’s Day at the BSA Space HMFH and fellow members of the Boston Society of Architects’ Women in Design community take part in Each One Makes at the BSA Space. March 5, 2020 Carb-Unloading: Our Commitment HMFH has purchased carbon credits to offset our greenhouse gas emissions. February 21, 2020 2020 Promotions This year HMFH recognizes two individuals whose dedication and enthusiasm have greatly impacted the firm. February 4, 2020 Video: Stories of Sustainability Watch this video to learn more about HMFH's commitment to climate action through sustainable school design. December 11, 2019 50 Forward: Sustainability We actively seek ways to create sustainable, resilient buildings with reduced carbon footprints. Learn more about our current designs. December 1, 2019 Keeping the Sustainability Promise: Fales Insights in School Business Affairs In School Business Affairs, Laura Wernick discusses the importance of setting goals and tracking costs early in the design process.