HGF Architects, Inc. has received local, state and national recognition on the following design projects:
The Vail Hotel received the National Housing and Urban Development Award for renovation and restoration of National Historic Places
In 1976, the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center was selected by the National Endowment for the Arts as an exemplary project in “New Places for the Arts.” It was one of fourteen Art Centers in the United States selected for this publication.
“The $4 million center, which opened in January (2012), will be featured in the upcoming issue of the American School & University magazine’s educational interior showcase issue.”- pueblochieftain.com
The Pueblo Community College Academic Facility was featured in the “Special 1991 Western States Clay Addition” of Masonry Design West and received the 1992 Steve Dach Award for Excellence in Design from the Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute.
“The green building movement offers an unprecedented opportunity to respond to the most-important challenges of our time, including global climate change, dependence on non-sustainable and expensive sources of energy and threats to human health,” said Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO & Founding Chair, U.S. Green Building Council. “The work of innovative building projects such as the Pueblo City-County Health Department is a fundamental driving force in the green building movement.”
The Pueblo School District No. 60 Administration Building was featured on the cover of the nationally-distributed Brick Institute of America publication in 1981. The building received featured coverage in a book titled ‘Masonry in Architecture,’ by author Louis Redstone, published by McGraw Hill.
Doss Aviation entered a new era of Air Force Flight training with the April 2006 award of a 10-year, fixed-price Air Education and Training Command (AETC) contract to provide initial flight screening to all USAF aviation candidates.
The CSU-Pueblo Student Recreation Center received the Bronze Hard Hat Award for “Outstanding Architectural Design Project” by Colorado Construction in 2008.