Hammel, Green and Abrahamson

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Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, commonly called HGA, is an architecture and engineering firm based in Minnesota. It was founded in 1953 by Minnesotans Dick Hammel and Curt Green (Bruce Abrahamson joined in shortly thereafter).

All three of HGA's founders were schooled in the Bauhaus tradition, which stressed an inter-disciplinary approach to Modernism. They began their work designing K-12 school buildings. The firm later expanded into other areas. They are currently one of the largest firms in Minnesota.

HGA has expanded into seven national offices; Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Francisco, CA; Milwaukee, WI; Minneapolis and Rochester, MN; and Washington, D.C.[1]

Leadership[edit]

  • Tim Carl, FAIA, CEO
  • Kurt Spiering, AIA, Chairman Of The Board
  • Dan Rectenwald, AIA, ACHA, Chief Operating Officer

Notable Buildings[edit]

  • Bigelow Chapel, United Theological Seminary, New Brighton, Minnesota
  • California State University, Northridge, Valley Performing Arts Center, Los Angeles, California www.valleyperformingartscenter.org
  • Chaffey College Center for the Arts,Rancho Cucamonga, California
  • College of Saint Benedict, Benedicta Arts Center (1964)and Expansion (2006), St. Joseph, Minnesota
  • Colonial Church of Edina, Edina, Minnesota
  • Columbus State University Riverpark, Uptown Performance and Visual Arts Campus,Columbus, Georgia
  • General Mills Corporate Headquarters, Golden Valley, Minnesota
  • Great Lakes Aquarium at The Lake Superior Center, Duluth, Minnesota
  • Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum, Minneapolis, Minnesota Garden Mausoleum Photos on Flickr
  • Macalester College, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center Expansion and Renovation, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Mayo Clinic, College of Medicine Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Rochester, Minnesota
  • Medtronic World Headquarters, Fridley, Minnesota
  • Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota History Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Napa Valley College, Performing Arts Center, Napa, California
  • Orpheum Theater Renovation, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Pantages Theater Restoration, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Plains Art Museum, Fargo, North Dakota
  • Target Field, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Texas A&M Commerce, Music Building, Commerce, Texas
  • University of Alaska Museum of the North, Fairbanks, Alaska
  • University of California-Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, California
  • University of Minnesota, Barbara Barker Center for Dance, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Valparaiso University, Center for the Arts, Valparaiso, Indiana

References[edit]

  1. Logan, Katharine (February 8, 2006) Of Glass and Warmth and Wood, ArchitectureWeek
  2. HGA Website
  3. Emporis Website
  4. Hammel, Bette, (1989) From Bauhaus to Bow Ties: HGA Celebrates 35 Years

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