HDC Blog

(by Maria Burkett, originally posted March 1, 2012) Route 66 is a treasure trove of American mid-century vernacular architecture. Many
(by Andy Sewell, originally posted February 10, 2012) In 2005, Hardlines Design Company (HDC) was tasked by the Ohio Department
(originally posted January 27, 2012) Four things a client can do to speed up a survey before the contract is
Part 1, Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (by Roy Hampton, originally posted January 12, 2012) If you’re interested in researching the
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted December 23, 2011) A Counter Argument in Five Points, or Why I Hate the Holiday
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted December 9, 2011) The Goldilocks Principle, or Third Time’s a Charm! The James B. Recchie
(by Charissa Durst, originally published November 30, 2011) Why do we offer architecture, history, and archaeology under one roof? The
(by Charissa Durst, originally posted November 8, 2011) Where did the name "Hardlines" originate? Back in the 1980s, after Don
(by Charissa Durst, originally published October 20, 2011) Everyone knows that garages are the birthplace of many a great company,
(originally posted October 20, 2011) Welcome to the Hardlines Design Company Blog! Welcome to our blog! Blogging is a new
This Fall's edition of What's New highlights the company's big move, showcases a rehabilitation project and a HABS project, and
Hardlines Design Company (HDC) was contracted to complete a historic study, building assessment, and redevelopment feasibility plan for the Dunbar