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www.dhaia.com, 2 Dec 2015 [cached]
DENNIS HODGIN - PRINCIPAL | Dennis Hodgin AIA - Principal
Mr. Hodgin has been a licensed Architect in California since 1976.
experience in the profession encompasses a wide range of building types, including institutional planning and design.
has extensive and excellent experience working with local governmental agencies, OSHPD
, the State Fire Marshal and the Department of Health Services.
See the Firm Background and Projects for the wide range of experience Mr. Hodgin
firm has had in the field of architecture.
The tour of the site will ...
www.usgbc-ncc.org, 5 June 2013 [cached]
The tour of the site will be guided by the landscape designer, Barkley David Smith, and the building tour will be led by architect, Dennis Hodgin.
Tour led by architect Dennis Hodgin
Dennis Hodgin, Project Architect
Mr. Hodgin is a graduate of the School of Architecture at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, he studied and worked his fifth year of architecture in Sweden and did graduate work at George Washington University.
He has been a licensed Architect in California since 1976 and the next year established the firm Dennis Hodgin AIA Architects in Monterey.
experience in the profession encompasses a wide range of building types, including residential, mixed-use, commercial, hospital, and educational buildings.
Some of his
noted projects include the historical renovation of the Marsh oriental art building in Monterey, surgery centers at CHOMP and Palo Alto Medical Center
, a computer science building at the Naval Postgraduate School
and the first strawbale building in Monterey County.
While president of the local AIA, he received the prestigious Robert Stanton Award for his contribution to the field of architecture in 2003.
was the instigator and chair of the international AIA
competition, Concepts, providing housing solutions for the Monterey Bay area.
He has served on a variety of local governmental boards and commissions and has received a variety of design awards.
is living and working in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico where he
has a small office and still maintains his
firm and practice in Monterey.
Low-cost housing contest concludes - Local News - californianonline.com
www.californianonline.com, 27 May 2003 [cached]
Dennis Hodgin, 2002 past president of AIAMB, said Sunday he is thrilled with the results of the competition, which began in February 2002.
The original 132 entries were winnowed down to 20 for the competition's second phase, in which various cities in Monterey County and the county itself were asked to come up with sites where affordable housing could be built.The 20 finalists were asked to adapt their plans to one of 10 bona fide sites.Only 12 entrants chose to continue, and one of them will receive the grand prize of $10,000.
"As far as we're concerned, all the projects are winners," Hodgin
said."We're going to try to implement some of the plans." A Berkeley architect, Gerry Tierney, has designed a housing complex for Salinas' Chinatown, Hodgin said.
said some designs include sustainable energy plans (using solar and wind power), low water-use systems, and energy-efficient measures such as "day-lighting," in which buildings have many windows and skylights so electric lights are needed only after dark.
AIA Monterey Bay Board of Directors
www.aiamontereybay.org, 15 May 2010 [cached]
Dennis A. Hodgin, AIA
Dennis Hodgin AIA Architecture & Planning
9699 Blue Larkspur Lane, Suite 101
Monterey, CA 93940
Dennis Hodgin, AIAAIA ...
www.aiamontereybay.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Dennis Hodgin, AIAAIA Monterey Bay Special Projects DirectorCo-Chair Competition Committee