|On April 11th, we attended the blessing and ribbon cutting ceremony for our Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Dental Clinic Expansion project. As part of the clinic’s expansion, the tribe has also been approved to train Dental Health Aide Therapists (DHATs) and is in collaboration with Skagit Valley College to provide the clinical training site which would be housed in this expansion.This DHAT Training program will be the first of its kind in the lower 48 states. Learn why this project reinforces why our tribal work is so meaningful to us and the impact this project will have: http://www.hkpa.com/studio-k-blog/architecture-for-tribal-communities/See more project images at: http://www.hkpa.com/project-details/swinomish-indian-tribal-community-dental-clinic-expansion/|
|Children’s Museum of Skagit County|
|HKP is working with the Children’s Museum of Skagit County to design their new home in a local outlet mall. The design strategy involves phasing the|
project to mitigate impacts to the Museum’s operation and its many members.Phase 1 of our Children’s Museum of Skagit County is now done and open for business! Phase 2 is slated for completion this summer. Learn more about this project: http://www.hkpa.com/project-details/childrens-museum-of-skagit-county-relocatio/
|The HKP Architects Team attended many events recently, perhaps we saw you at a few of them?It was great to see clients and new participants at this year’s Spotlight on |
Skagit B2B event. We also enjoyed meeting prospective new team members at the University of Washington College of Built Environments Career Fair.It was rewarding for Julie Blazek to participate as a panel member in the University of Washington Foster School of Business’s Construction’s Market Trends forum, which focused on helping consultants and subcontractors break into new delivery models and understand current trends in design and construction. We’re expanding our GC/CM and Design Build projects and are currently working on our Western Washington University Progressive Design Build project with Mortenson.For Earth Day, Brian Poppe participated in the Association for Learning Environments’ (a4le.org) Day of Service at Madison Elementary School in Everett, Washington.
|We’re glad for these positive experiences and the project milestones achieved, but there’s more good news to come. Stay tuned. With warm regards,|
The HKP Architects Team