The firm is named as “Emerging Professional (EP) Friendly” by AIA Northwest + Pacific Region, noting our commitment to professional staff development.
The firm expands its regional presence by opening a new studio in Bend to better serve clients in Central, Eastern, and Southern Oregon.
Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q merge to establish an integrated, regional design team built on strong personal and professional relationships.
Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q partner again, embarking on a condition assessment of the iconic and historic Montana State Capitol.
Hennebery Eddy receives its first Just label from the International Living Future Institute, reflecting our commitment to equity and social justice.
Hennebery Eddy formally establishes our in-house Historic Resources Group dedicated to the preservation and reuse of historic places.
Hennebery Eddy signs onto the Architecture 2030 Commitment with the goal of building only carbon-neutral buildings by the year 2030.
Hennebery Eddy wins its first national AIA design award: An Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture Honor Award for the Loyola Jesuit Center.
With shared core values and personal connections to Montana State University, Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q team up to design MSU’s new Jabs Hall.
Hennebery Eddy receives the AIA Northwest + Pacific Region annual Firm Award recognizing excellence in design, practice, and community.