Good Design is Good Business 2017

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The 20th year of RECORD’s investigation into the value of architectural excellence to a business’s bottom line confirms that design does matter. Read more from Architectural Record.  

HOLT at Habitat For Humanity’s Women Build Weekend #TCH4H

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Leadership, teamwork, encouragement, production, patience, camaraderie and superstardom…just a few of the many words that describe our local Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Weekend. Seven ladies from HOLT Architects signed up for this day of volunteering – looking forward to giving back to the Tompkins Community, meeting new people, and teaming with fellow HOLT employees on a project outside of the office. As we were leaving … Read More

HOLT Architects Receives Three Design Awards

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Three Southern Tier building projects – Tompkins Cortland Community College’s Residence Hall Addition, Corning Community College’s Library/Learning Commons Renovation, and HOLT Architects’ new Net-Zero Office in Ithaca’s West End were named recipients of the prestigious American Institute of Architects’ Southern New YorkDesign Awards. All projects were designed by HOLT Architects and emphasize collaboration, communication and the flexibility to adapt to future trends and technologies. “Receiving a design … Read More

Cayuga Medical Center Recognized with Commissioning Project Award

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Congratulations to Cayuga Medical Center and the Surgical Services Addition design team including HOLT Architects and Erdman Anthony for winning a Commissioning Project Award. Erdman Anthony and Cayuga Medical Center at Ithaca received an honorable mention in the renovation category of the 2016 Commissioning Project Awards presented by the Building Commissioning Association Northeast Chapter. The award was presented to Erdman Anthony in recognition of the commissioning services performed for … Read More

Welcome to Ithaca 2030 District!

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Welcome Ithaca 2030 District! Tuesday, June 28th truly marked a significant night for Ithaca as the city became the first in New York State to officially form a 2030 District.