new orleans design guidelines featured in forum journal
September 28, 2012
Dominique M. Hawkins was featured in the article 'Greening Design Guidelines,' in Forum Journal's Summer 2012 edition, discussing the the Design Guidelines for the City of New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission (HDLC).
george c. skarmeas consulted for preservation magazine
July 28, 2012
George C. Skarmeas was consulted for the article 'The Preservationist's New Superpowers' in Preservation Magazine on the developing role and implementation of nondestructive technologies such as thermal imaging, laser mapping, and photogrammetry. Skarmeas led teams responsible for the restoration of the Virginia State Capitol and President Lincoln's Cottage, both engaging non-destructive methods of investigation. He described the value of the information gained through these technologies, while emphasizing the continued importance of having the right craftsmen work on a project.
greta e. stoyko joins pdp
June 24, 2012
Greta E. Stoyko has joined PDP as Project Coordinator. Prior to joining PDP, she concluded her graduate studies at the Centre for Conservation at the University of York, UK. Ms. Flothmeier has worked for John Milner Architects, Inc. where she collaborated on several projects. After earning her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University in 2008, she joined the Preservation Design Studio at HillierARCHITECTURE/RMJM, where she worked with PDP Partner, George C. Skarmeas on several preservation projects, including the West Virginia State Capitol, William J. Nealon Federal Building, and Franklin & Marshall College.
New Orleans design guidelines receive aia award
May 2, 2012
PDP has received an award from the Pennsylvania Chapter of the AIA for the Design Guidelines for the City of New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission (HDLC). The AIA Honor Award, in the Special Initiatives Category, was presented to Managing Principal Dominique M. Hawkins at the AIA Awards Program in Harrisburg, PA on April 3, 2012.
pdp selected for design guidelines & Green building standards, bethlehem, pa
February 10, 2012
PDP has been selected to prepare Historic District Design Guidelines and Green Building Standards for Historic Homes for the City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Located in the heart of the Lehigh Valley, Bethlehem rose to prominence as a "steel town" during the industrial revolution, although its history of settlement stretches back to its founding in 1741. The project will include Design Guidelines for historic properties in the district of Central Bethlehem, as well as standards for incorporating sustainable design practices for all of the city's districts. Managing Principal Dominique M. Hawkins - who prepared Design Guidelines for the South Bethlehem Historic Conservation District in 2004 - will lead the project. The Guidelines, which will be available to property owners in both electronic and printed form, are scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2012.