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HLW has ranked as one of NJBIZ‘s 2019 Best Places to Work in New Jersey in the medium-company category. This is the first year that HLW’s Madison, NJ office has participated in the Best Places program and is thrilled to share that they have placed
The HLW New Jersey team participated in the recent Cycle for Survival event in Summit, New Jersey. During the months leading up to the event, the New Jersey team worked hard to raise funds for this important initiative. Thanks to generous donations from our partners,
Lisa Knip is promoted to Principal. Lisa is being promoted in recognition for her tireless efforts balancing client needs with HLW needs. She is protective of the craft of design and delivery; well known for delivering the highest quality of work while raising the bar
International architecture and design firm HLW is relocating its L.A. office within Santa Monica, Commercial Observer has learned. The firm is jettisoning its former office at 1556 20th Street for a 10,000-square foot penthouse at 1437 4th Street, a block from the upscale shopping and dining district 3rd Street Promenade. The 10-year lease was signed
Nick Armitage joined the HLW London team recently as Client Relations Director. The interview below gives an insight into his personality and his thoughts on the current market. What drew you to HLW? The projects and people. It’s exciting working with a wide variety of
Asking the right questions is the key to tackling any type of space related challenge. Space challenges, of the workplace kind, can come in many forms; too little space to accommodate headcount, end of lease cycles resulting in a move, or changing workstyles due to
Architecture and Interiors firm HLW International welcomes Senior Project Designer Melissa Strickland, NCIDQ, to their Madison, New Jersey office. Strickland has fourteen years’ experience as a designer, bringing to the firm a solid portfolio of experience within Life Sciences and Pharmaceutical industries in the New