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Hardlines Design Company

Awards

Awards

Hardlines Design Company (HDC) is committed to providing our clients with the highest degree of professional services and as such, the designs and reports we prepare are of the highest quality and have received numerous awards and commendations.

  • 2015-Heritage Ohio Best Historic School: Awarded for the rehabilitation of the Stewart Elementary School in Columbus
  • 2012-Cincinnati Preservation Association Rehabilitation Award: Awarded for the rehabilitation of the Oyler School in Cincinnati
  • 2011-James B. Recchie Design Award: Awarded by the Columbus Landmarks Foundation for the addition to and rehabilitation of the Lincoln Theatre, Columbus, Ohio. HDC was also a finalist for the award for the Lincoln Theatre in 2009
  • 2010-Best Public Improvement Award: Awarded by Heritage Ohio for the rehabilitation of the Lincoln Theatre
  • 2009-Award of Merit: Awarded by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office for the rehabilitation of the Lincoln Theatre
  • 2005-Quality Product Award: Awarded by the American Cultural Resources Association for HDC’s documentation of the NASA Glenn Research Center and Rocket Engine Test Facility, Cleveland, Ohio
  • 2004-Design Citation: Awarded by the U.S. Air Force for the Interior Design of the AFRL Conference Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
  • 2003-Design Citation: Awarded by Air Force Materiel Command for the Interior Design of the AFRL Conference Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio
  • 2002-Award of Merit: Awarded by the U.S. Small Business Administration in recognition of “outstanding contribution and service to the nation…in satisfying the needs of the Federal procurement system”
  • 2002-Preservation and Revitalization Award: Awarded by Heritage Ohio. for the Davis-Shai Center in Heath, Ohio
  • 2001-Certificate of Achievement: Awarded by the City of Heath “in recognition of accomplishments exceeding City of Heath project expectations” for the Davis-Shai Center, Heath, Ohio
  • 2001-Certificate of Appreciation: Awarded by Naval Facilities Engineering Command “in recognition of exemplary performance in the fulfillment of a Naval Facilities Engineering Command contract for Cultural Resources/A-E Services”
  • 2000-Best Design: Awarded by Builders Exchange/AIA for the renovation and addition to 93 East New England Avenue in Worthington, Ohio
  • 2000-Paul Buchanan Award: Awarded by the Vernacular Architecture Forum for our work on Civil Works Housing along the Ohio, Monongahela, and Allegheny Rivers for the Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District
  • 1999-Quality Product Award: Awarded by the American Cultural Resources Association for the Looking Glass Historic District, Nevada
  • 1997-Research Award: Awarded by the American Cultural Resources Association for the HAER documention of buildings at Hill Air Force Base