Portfolio Category: Historic Preservation

University of Chicago Health

HPZS is collaborating on the renovation, planning, design, and construction of the University of Chicago Health, Counseling, and Wellness Center a new 20,000 SF student health, counseling and wellness center addition located within an existing heritage building on the University of Chicago campus, The Chicago Womens Lying In Hospital, which is also on the National…
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Jackson Lake Lodge

Now that peak tourist season is over, our work on the historic Jackson Lake Lodge, located in Grand Teton National Park, is underway! HPZS has been retained to do an analysis and repair plan for the historic concrete structure, designed by architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood and built in 1955; the first example of mid-century modern…
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Quincy VA Masterplan

HPZS was commissioned to provide historic preservation consulting for a 50-year master plan for the 130-year-old Quincy Veterans Home campus, including planning for the renovation of existing buildings and the design of new buildings and site infrastructure. The campus is eligible for National Register Nomination, as roughly two-thirds of the campus buildings are historic, therefore…
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Kedzie Firehouse

The West Humboldt Park Development Council (WHPDC) will be purchasing from the City of Chicago an abandoned firehouse property adjacent to Kells Park, a neighborhood park managed by the Chicago Park District (CPD). It is the intent of the WHPDC to restore and rehabilitate the firehouse building and repurpose it for use as a CPD…
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South Shore Cultural Center

The South Shore Cultural Center, designed by Marshall and Fox Architects, encompasses the building and grounds of the former South Shore Country Club on the shores of Lake Michigan in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood. Built in 1905, it Historic Places. HPZS is currently designing a restoration of the outdoor theater promenade to include accessible access,…
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Pullman Artspace

When Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood received National Landmark status in 2015, Pullman Artspace, LLC, in partnership with the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, sponsored a phased competition for the design of an artist’s live/work space incorporating new construction connecting two original Pullman buildings located at either end of an otherwise empty block. HPZS, as part of…
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