The history of Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc. (HGA) is a five-decade microcosm of American architectural and social history. For more than 50 years, the architectural and engineering firm has not only responded to emerging trends in the corporate, healthcare, and arts, religious and education sectors of American culture; HGA has often anticipated those trends. The firm has helped shape culture, business and society by consistently creating forward-thinking design solutions for clients and the communities they live in.

HGA's enduring commitment to superb design and a collaborative tradition stretches back to Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus School. HGA founders Richard Hammel, Curt Green and Bruce Abrahamson were schooled in the Bauhaus tradition - which stressed an interdisciplinary approach to Modernism - and they carried that collaborative and client-focused approach to projects into their new venture.

Approaching each project through the client's eyes, the teams understand the needs and standards for success. In this way, HGA delivers the greatest value to clients while opening windows into professional worlds beyond their own.

When shaping work environments for corporate clients, HGA considers how the contentment, creativity, and employee efficiency can be optimized through design. When planning corporate campuses, HGA creates a place of function and delight in which offices, laboratories, c