Teaming & Partnerships

Sustainable and Historic Building Projects

We ensure that architectural guidelines are met and certifications are achieved.

  • LEED
  • Energy Star
  • Green Globes
  • PassiveHouse
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Encore Sustainable Design Designers

Design Professionals

QA/QC for historic project approvals

Incorporating SHPOs, the NPS, and other AHJs into your design process at the right time

LEED and Green Globes documentation coordination

Determination of Eligibility (DOE)

Section 106 review

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Developers

Historic integrity of existing buildings

Historic review board process

Documentation and restoration of historic properties

Determination of Eligibility (DOE)

Section 106 review

Encore Sustainable Design Contractors

Contractors

On-site historic preservation specialists

LEED credit documentation services

Historic material analysis

Design Build

Determination of Eligibility (DOE)

Section 106 review

Details, Documentation
& Determination

Remove concerns regarding the design and construction process.

Achieve green certifications without destroying the historic fabric.

Learn what you can (or can't) do to your historic building.

Explore the possibilities to make an existing building more sustainable.

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Resources & News

Encore Sustainable Architects Hawley-Hutzler Doors Open

Doors Open Baltimore Virtual Tour – Restoring the Historic Hawley-Hutzler House

In October 2020, Encore drafted the first in a series of blogs that chronicle the restoration of the historic Hawley-Hutzler ...
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Design vs. Draft: Unraveling What Exactly an Architect Does

Sometimes we get a call for work, and the potential client says, “I need someone to draft some plans”. We ...
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#EncoreEatsBaltimore – Satisfying the Architect’s Appetite

Long hours slaving over the drawing board can make an architect peckish.  Pull up a chair and join architect Ward ...
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Project Partners