HDC Blog

How Fast Can You Do That Cultural Resources Survey?
(originally posted January 27, 2012) Four things a client can do to speed up a survey before the contract is
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Researching Your Property
Part 1, Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (by Roy Hampton, originally posted January 12, 2012) If you’re interested in researching the
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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! (or Not)
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted December 23, 2011) A Counter Argument in Five Points, or Why I Hate the Holiday
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Lincoln Theatre Wins the Recchie Award!
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted December 9, 2011) The Goldilocks Principle, or Third Time’s a Charm! The James B. Recchie
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The Hardlines Design Company Story Part 3 – Architecture, History, and Archaeology
(by Charissa Durst, originally published November 30, 2011) Why do we offer architecture, history, and archaeology under one roof? The
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The Hardlines Design Company Story Part 2 – Our Name
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted November 8, 2011) Where did the name “Hardlines” originate? Back in the 1980s, after Don
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The Hardlines Design Company Story Part 1 – Our Beginnings
(by Charissa Durst, originally published October 20, 2011) Everyone knows that garages are the birthplace of many a great company,
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Welcome
(originally posted October 20, 2011) Welcome to the Hardlines Design Company Blog! Welcome to our blog! Blogging is a new
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What’s New Fall 2016
This Fall’s edition of What’s New highlights the company’s big move, showcases a rehabilitation project and a HABS project, and
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Dunbar Theatre Architecture, Wichita, Kansas
Hardlines Design Company (HDC) was contracted to complete a historic study, building assessment, and redevelopment feasibility plan for the Dunbar
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Lincoln Theatre Architecture, Columbus, Ohio
The Lincoln Theatre project included documenting, rehabilitating, and adding to a historic, National Register-listed, 1920s theatre that became the catalyst
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Woodward Opera House Theatre Architecture, Mount Vernon, Ohio
The renovation of the prominent National Register listed Woodward Opera House and the design and construction of its new addition
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