Hennebery Eddy seeks to create places the community will embrace by integrating elements that celebrate local culture, strengthen interpersonal connections, and promote creativity and engagement — spaces where people gather to work, recreate, and be together. These spaces become important resources for the people they support and serve multiple generations.
Our teams have experience with the planning, design, and historic rehabilitation of public parks, nature centers, and outdoor recreation facilities of all types — including work in more than a dozen national parks. We bring a detailed understanding of placemaking and designing for context; the requirements for day-to-day use, maintenance, and preservation; and a holistic approach to mitigating impacts for a more sustainable future.
Libraries, museums, interpretive centers, community-based arts and learning centers, and other cultural spaces preserve and share our collective history. Whether adaptations of existing buildings or new construction, these spaces require thoughtful planning and a focus on human-centered design to meet the needs of large and small groups. We look for ways to incorporate innovative programs and services, promote meaningful interactions, and streamline operations.
We understand the critical functions and essential operations of fire stations, city halls, courthouses, and emergency operations centers, from interacting with the public and providing important services to supporting staff and elected officials. We also take seriously the responsible stewardship of public funds. Hennebery Eddy works extensively with municipal, state, and federal clients to create civic buildings and public spaces that are inviting, healthy, and productive.
Choosing the right design partners for your project is critical for its success. With a focus on collaboration and responsiveness, Hennebery Eddy has worked with communities across the West on public space designs, and we look forward to helping your institution.Meet Our Team