As 2020 comes to a close, we reflect on a year that has presented unforeseen challenges that our team, together with our clients and consultants, has worked diligently to overcome. We are fortunate to work in a resilient industry, essential to the health of our economy and providing housing for all, with five of our projects across the region breaking ground and beginning to come to life.
The Augusta, 3831 Georgia Avenue, NW | Washington, DC
917 Kennedy Street, NW | Washington, DC
Park + Ford | Alexandria, VA
The Cadence | Arlington, VA
Paulist Fathers’ Residence and Mission House | Washington, DC
Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS is committed to leadership development and the professional advancement of each individual on our close-knit team. From entry level through senior and associate level positions, our team members engage with the profession and the community by educating the public on the architect’s role in improving the built and natural environments, participating in industry awards programs, and promoting community through a commitment to a variety of professional, civic and volunteer organizations.
Across federal and local jurisdictions in the region, Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS has obtained community support and approvals on projects that require careful analysis and design solutions responding to unique urban conditions, while maximizing value for our clients. With over 150 entitlements awarded on more than 75 projects, we maintain a 100% approval rate. Most recently, B|HA worked closely with the Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning, the Bethesda Board of Architectural Review and the Montgomery County Planning Board (MCPB) on projects located in Silver Spring, MD and Bethesda, MD, and with the DC Office of Planning (DCOP) and the Zoning Commission on an affordable housing project in Washington, DC.