HMFH Architects What’s Happening Aug 5, 2022 HMFH Implements Healthy Material Initiative at Bristol-Plymouth HMFH is leading the charge to eliminate chemicals of concern in K-12 public school buildings. August 5, 2022 HMFH Implements Healthy Material Initiative at Bristol-Plymouth HMFH is leading the charge to eliminate chemicals of concern in K-12 public school buildings. June 29, 2022 Hands-On Learning Spaces: 5 Lessons from Career Tech HMFH Associate Principal Bobby Williams offers insight from the planning and design of recent career technical education schools. June 16, 2022 HMFH Bus Tour 2022 The firm’s annual bus tour provided an exciting opportunity for HMFHers to learn about the designs of our colleagues first-hand! May 13, 2022 An Interactive Introduction to Design In partnership with the BSA, designers from HMFH traveled to K-3 classrooms to give an introduction to architecture and design. April 28, 2022 Renovate or Build New: A Life Cycle Comparison of Two Academic Buildings Learn more about the environmental impact of renovation vs. new construction at different stages throughout a building's life cycle. April 5, 2022 Easing the Pathway Towards a Net-Zero Energy School Featured in Facility Executive Magazine, HMFH sustainability leader Gary Brock outlines five steps to help achieve net-zero energy goals. March 18, 2022 Design Thinking Bootcamp Students from Boston Public Schools joined HMFH over February Break for an interactive introduction to architecture and design thinking. March 11, 2022 Intern Spotlight: Jielle Paul & Omarlyn Martinez We are pleased to welcome our Northeastern co-ops Jielle Paul and Omarlyn Martinez to the firm. March 9, 2022 Arlington High School Phase One Opens Spaces now open to students include a STEAM wing and Performing Arts wing. February 28, 2022 Saugus Middle High School Achieves LEED Platinum Certification The new school is a visible commitment to assuring the next generation of students will be stewards of both their community and environment. February 3, 2022 HMFH Endows New Scholarship Program HMFH announces new partnership with the BAC for a scholarship program promoting diversity in the design industry. January 31, 2022 HMFH Named a 2021 Emerging Professional Friendly Firm AIA New England recognizes HMFH as an Emerging Professional Friendly Firm. January 25, 2022 HMFH Advocates for Holistically Sustainable Lighting Led by HMFHer Alexandra Gadawski, the Lighting Advocacy Letter is an initiative to accelerate sustainability goals in the lighting industry. January 18, 2022 Bristol Aggie Natural History Museum: Progressing Through Local Ecology Bristol Aggie’s new Natural History Museum guides the user through its exhibits in a space designed to function as a corridor. December 15, 2021 Arlington High School: Zoning for Sustainability Thoughtful programming and efficient zoning at the new all-electric Arlington High School help achieve ambitious energy targets. December 14, 2021 2021 Beat the Bay State Team Challenge This November, HMFH joined the 2021 Beat the Bay State Team Challenge in support of WalkBoston. November 16, 2021 Massachusetts’ First Net-Positive Energy Public School Opens BD+C showcases HMFH’s new net-positive energy elementary school in Westborough, MA. November 3, 2021 Getting to Zero Forum 2021 HMFH Principal Julia Nugent presents the economic case for designing net-zero and net-positive buildings at the 2021 Getting to Zero Forum. October 22, 2021 Architectural Graphics: Enhancing the Educational Experience Bold & dynamic graphics, a signature of HMFH schools, enable us to create meaningful learning environments for each community we serve. October 19, 2021 Strategies for Evaluating Complex Educational Facility Renovations In an article for Retrofit magazine, Pete Rust outlines steps to help communities evaluate the benefits of renovating an existing school.