Humphries Poli Architects Celebrates 25th Anniversary by Giving Back
DENVER — Critically acclaimed architecture firm Humphries Poli Architects (HPA) is celebrating their 25th Anniversary this April. HPA has consistently been acknowledged by peers as a highly inspired force with a mission of designing livable communities that INSPIRE their participants, SUSTAIN their resources and BRING JOY to their users.
Regionally recognized with more than 70 awards, the firm has proudly been a leader in the architectural evolution of the Mountain West. A talented staff dedicated to excellence has made a difference through inspired and thoughtful designs.
“Over the last 25 years we have been extraordinarily fortunate to have collaborated with a vast selection of highly passionate and deeply committed staff and clients. And with great confidence we can say that we’ve only just begun!”
With this milestone celebration HPA deemed it appropriate to mark the opportunity by giving back to the communities they have been so privileged to serve by providing volunteer services to a group of 25 charities over the upcoming months. Non-profit organizations including former clients such as the St. Francis Community Center and Denver Public Libraries as well as organizations like Jefferson County Open Spaces and Food for Thought will be the recipient of the firm’s commitment to giving back.
HPA is Denver owned and located in the thriving Uptown neighborhood. Past projects include the transformative State Capitol Dome restoration, DPS Park Street Elementary, the McNichols Civic Center Building, and the Anythink Wright Farms library.
To find out more about Humphries Poli Architects and their “giving back program” visit www.hparch.com
Photos courtesy of HPA