Projects

Recent Work

  • NC Agricultural Sciences Center

    The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) has charged our team with the design of approximately 220,000 square feet of new laboratory and office space for the Veterinary, Food and Drug Protection, Structural Pest Control and Pesticides, Motor Fuels, and Standards Divisions.

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  • Student Success Center

    HH Architecture completed the design for an interior renovation for the Student Success Center at Johnston Community College. It will be a “one-stop” shop for past, present, and future students on campus.

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  • The Maxwell Regional Agricultural & Convention Center

    The design of the building includes a large assembly hall as well as flexible classroom, meeting, and office spaces available for use by a variety of agriculture, agribusiness, and community organizations including the Cooperative Extension, Wayne Soil and Water, Farm Service Agency, Travel & Tourism, USDA and 4-H.

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  • Jones Galley Renovation

    Interior spaces include design of a Subway to their corporate standards, a Port City Java Coffee shop with a rustic interior design, and a new student lounge area.

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  • 1100 Dresser Court

    After being at our previous location for 8 years and outgrowing our space, HH Architecture purchased and is renovating an existing building located just outside the Cliff Benson Beltline on Dresser Court.

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  • San Lee Nature Education Center

    Lee County enlisted HH Architecture to design a new Nature Education Center after the original building burned down in December of 2014. Our design team worked with our team of consultants to design a new building that complimented the gorgeous surrounding site that is San-Lee Park.

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  • W.A. Foster Recreation Center

    The W.A. Foster Center, located at Mina Weil Park, provides the Goldsboro community with a safe and healthy place to recreate. The design of this new recreation center is based on a 25,000 square foot facility program, and includes a sub‑dividable gymnasium with retractable bleachers, youth and fitness rooms, a preparation kitchen, a sub‑dividable multipurpose space for rental income or classrooms, exterior entry restrooms and locker rooms, two offices, and a lobby.

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  • Ronald McDonald House of Durham

    The new Ronald McDonald House of Durham was designed to give families of seriously ill children who travel from around the world to receive specialized care at Duke Children's Hospital a place to call "home" for up to a year at a time.

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  • Walton Orthodontics Raleigh Office

    When Walton Orthodontics expanded their practice to a site in Raleigh, HH Architecture provided a feasibility study that compared two options. Upon our recommendation to replace the existing building, our team was retained to provide full design services. The new space includes consultation stations, an X‑ray room, sterilization, a lab, clinic space, and administration and support areas. The design provides a soothing environment with natural light and a connection to the outdoors.

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  • Endeavor Charter School

    As a K-8 school in Wake Forest, NC, Endeavor offers a hands-on, experiential learning approach that includes public speaking, service learning, and field trips. We designed the new 38,000 square foot building to include dedicated art, theatre, and music rooms, an administration wing, and a multipurpose room.

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  • General Classroom Building

    The overall intent of this project is to unveil a new and dynamic “gateway” presence on Fort Bragg Road for Fayetteville Technical Community College's expanding campus.

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  • Raleigh Centers for Active Adults

    Raleigh's first city-owned senior centers, with locations at Whitaker Mill Road and Millbrook Exchange Park, are activity hubs for Seniors across the region.

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  • Polar Bear Exhibit  Expansion and Renovation

    As the North Carolina Zoo’s most popular exhibit, the polar bear habitat allows viewing of bears underwater and from an overlook. Our expansion of this exhibit offers visitors two unique viewing experiences.

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  • Annie Louise Wilkerson, MD  Nature Preserve Park

    This 155-acre tract of land, donated by esteemed Raleigh obstetrician Dr. Annie Louise Wilkerson to the City of Raleigh, includes two existing houses, barns, and other accessory storage structures that were transformed into a nature preserve and educational facility.

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  • State Highway Patrol Training Facility

    As a part of our programming work for new training facilities, we generated a campus master plan that respects the existing buildings while offering a fresh identity and much needed training spaces.

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  • Dairy Museum Advanced Planning and Renovation

    HH Architecture completed a feasibility study, produced renderings for fund raising, and designed a renovation of the existing Dairy Education Unit Building at the College of Agriculture to transform it into a Dairy Museum.

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  • NC State Fairgrounds Master Plan

    HH Architecture designed a comprehensive master plan for 336 acres at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds. Optimizing land use and improving vehicular and pedestrian circulation were major priorities.

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  • Sanderford Road Center

    This neighborhood center was designed to be a central gathering space for this community-driven southeast Raleigh park. The program includes a large community meeting room and computer classrooms.

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  • Governor James G. Martin Building

    HH Architecture designed the Governor James G. Martin Building, a 9,500 square foot meeting facility at the NC State Fairgrounds. The design process included analysis of pedestrian traffic at both fair and non-fair times. The porch becomes a central nexus – both a gathering place and a respite from the crowds.

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  • Hill Street Park Center

    Developed in collaboration with landscape architect Surface 678's master plan for 16 acres of wooded parkland, the Hill Street Park Center is sited to preserve as much of the surrounding forest as possible.

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