HGA Milwaukee is the firm’s second largest office, having grown over the last 30 years to over 165 people working across a broad range of disciplines: architecture, interior design, engineering, and other unique specialists. The entrepreneurial culture of this office has spurred the creation of new markets and services once unique to this location, but now serving all of our offices, including design for energy and infrastructure, process engineering, and our research practice.
We have a significant and ongoing partnership with the Boys and Girls club of Milwaukee for whom we have done pro-bono design and provided support over the years. We also participate in local volunteer activities such as the Fight for Air Climb and the American Heart Association Walk. National efforts like the United Giving campaign, Movember challenge for men’s cancer, and Wear Pink and Red days efforts allow us to pool the resources of the firm to make an even bigger impact.Learn More
Our home in the Historic Third Ward
Located in the heart of the Historic Third Ward amidst an energetic mix of restaurants, theaters, galleries, and boutiques and blocks away from the acclaimed Milwaukee Public Market, our office is in a renovated maritime shipping warehouse of our own design, with incredible views of the river.
A Top Workplace
Our design reputation, social culture (with seasonal parties, annual boat cruises, Oktoberfest, and sports teams) and workplace perks like underground parking, bike storage, access to public transportation, and endless opportunities to pitch in to make a positive community impact, all added up to us being named as a 'Top Workplace' (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) and Wisconsin's leading architecture firm.
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Renaissance for a treasured building and a community
Milwaukee Public Library, Mitchell Street Branch
Medical home model shapes an environment
Froedtert Hospital & The Medical College of Wisconsin, Moorland Reserve Health Center
Energy & Infrastructure
Healthcare (Great Lakes Region)
333 East Erie Street