“Student Success is paramount to my approach to higher education design. Through thoughtful, focused research - I strive to create spaces that provide great opportunities for learning and growth.”
This multi-phased 30-acre expansion is home for 2,500 USC undergraduate students.
HED, in association with Hastings+Chivetta and Roto Architects, was engaged to replace the aging aquatic structure with a new state-of-the-art facility.
Bridging documents for a 175,000-square-foot, 506-bed student housing community at The University of California, Davis.
Bridging documents for a 320,000 SF, 1,200-bed student housing community at The University of California, Davis.
A 2,225 SF interior renovation of an academic unit.
Wallis Annenberg Hall provides a dynamic environment for collaborations in research, content development, and media production.
The renovated Matadome features new floor, new seats, a new scoreboard and a video system which incorporates instant replay.
A feasibility study on a new Matador Soccer Field at CA State University Northridge.
A new Athletic Complex at Los Angeles Mission College in the North San Frenando Valley.
HED and H+C carried out a feasibility study, design of the new facility and renovation of several other facilities.
A new 30,000 square-foot pool complex for a private college in Los Angeles
The Sommer Aquatic Center provides a 54-meter competition lap pool and a 52-meter competition diving pool.
The new Science Building provides classrooms, labs, and state-of-the-art technology for life sciences and physical sciences instruction.
Interior renovation of a 1960's outdated campus building to a lively, state-of-the-art student services space.
Extensive addition and renovation of existing arts center
Planned for approximately 26,000 SF over three floors this building will provide space for Skills Simulation Labs.
Renovation of existing building to accomodate new simulation center.
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) at Los Angeles Trade Technical College in Downtown Los Angeles will become the focal point of the re-imagined campus.
New Fine Arts Building for University of California Riverside
Historic renovation of Stanford University's 1919 library
Interior renovation of historic library
The facility supports multiple teaching/learning modalities for the School of Medicine, Department of Anatomy, & Physical Therapy
This new facility provides realistic training environments for the Nursing, Dental, EMT, and Cardio-Respiratory Therapy programs.
This facility combines children’s classrooms and resource areas with a small teaching facility for the college’s early childhood education program.
The new LEED Gold Student Union will be a landmark learning and student support environment.
This new Public Safety Building provides a centralized Emergency Operations Center
This new multi-service facility enhances academic success in an integrative and user-friendly atmosphere.
A variety of scaled courtyards support the learning enironment.
This LEED Platinum project provides a range of sustainable features including a green roof and solar chimney.
An adaptive reuse of an office building to create a new private high school for 1,200 students with an athletics complex
UCSF Telemedicine utilizes the latest technologies to create inter-professional teaching and team learning environments.
The Culver Center of the Arts enlivens a downtown core and bridges the community with the local university.
The Student Union links services and activities along a pedestrian spine that is the heart of student life on campus.
The new, two-story, 25,000 sf Center for Student Success provides a vital role for student collaboration.
February 27, 2018 - Lance Hosey, FAIA, LEED Fellow, is the 2018 recipient of the Sarah Booth Conroy Prize for Journalism and Architectural Criticism, from the Washington Chapter of the AIA. He is an architect in HED's San Diego office, as well as a prolific author, speaker, and widely published critic. The prize rewards critical or reportorial excellence in fostering a better public understanding of... more
December 20, 2017 - VIDEO: USC/University Kidney Research Organization honors HED's Chairman and CEO, Peter Devereaux, for his extraordinary achievement in civic leadership on December 8, 2018 in Los Angeles.
November 28, 2017 - HED welcomes Rachel Carr to the firm as Associate and Business Development Manager in our San Diego office. She will oversee business development for both public and private projects in Workplace, Community, Science + Technology, Pre-K-12 and Higher Education. Rachel is supported by an established southern California technical team of Architects, Engineers and Designers. With 10 years... more