Working closely with the University, HED designed a new analytical geochemistry laboratory suite, with the goal of unifying the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Renovation of a 15,000-square-foot assisted living floor
New construction of a two-building, 86-unit affordable senior living development.
A 63,000 SF Forensic Crime Lab designed for the Illinois State Police.
The new Lakefront Residences of Grayslake are designed to help facilitate and support the lives of independent seniors.
Located on a 50-acre site, St. Francis of Assisi Senior Apartments is designed to comfortably accommodate independent, elderly individuals.
The St. Vincent de Paul Residence at NorthCenter Senior Campus provides affordable housing with various amenities for residents.
The Senior Residences at Eastgate Village consist of 118 independent living apartments for seniors.
The Oakwood Shores Senior Apartments is a mixed income independent living facility with the majority of units reserved for low to moderate income seniors.
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
November 28, 2017 - In 2012, South Suburban PADS established the Country Club Hills Wellness Center (CCHWC)! 5 Years later, the CCHWC sustains 77 apartment units, providing permanent housing solutions, and wraparound services. The Country Club Hills Wellness Center is the first permanent supportive housing site for homeless individuals and families that South Suburban PADS typically serves through its... more