Top 5 Reasons to Get Your Grill Out This Weekend

Ribs “Pig Candy” Ribs Tuscan Ribs Dragon Ribs You guessed it, more Ribs We’re grateful we live in a country where we’re free to enjoy so many things. Including, of course, BBQ. This Memorial Day weekend we also want to pay our sincere respects to those who’ve given their lives in defense of our country. […]

Photo of thumbs up, we're happy to have been selected as a Kaiser Permanente National Facilities Services Preferred Provider

Hilliard Architects is a Kaiser Permanente National Facilities Preferred Provider

We’re excited to announce that Hilliard Architects has been chosen as a Kaiser Permanente Preferred Provider. We’re looking forward to providing them with outstanding healthcare design, architecture and accessibility services for their Northern California facilities. Check back for project updates. Thanks Kaiser Permanente!

Uplifting Design & Healthcare

There are dark days for everyone. Patients undergoing long-term treatments may have the darkest of them all. Fear of the unknown, losing the ability to live and work as you please, worry for your family and friends, and the ultimate fear of all, loss of life. This is a reality. These are the dark anxieties […]

What's new with OSHPD in 2017

What’s New with OSHPD for 2017

On January 1, 2017 OSHPD will be enforcing new accessibility changes in the California Building Code. The Division of the State Architect (DSA) compiled a summary of the changes in the attached PDF document. This document provides a brief overview of the changes to definitions (Chapter 2) and accessibility provisions (Chapter 11B), and includes new scoping and technical […]

Brand New Look for Hilliard Architects

Hilliard Architects has grown and evolved over the past 28 years and we felt it was time for a new look. We’re excited to announce the launch of our new logo.

CSI/AIA Building Disasters: Waterproofing Nightmares

What if your project ends up leaking, what could that cost you or your client? How about $6 million in damages and a $1.5 million settlement! That should scare every architect in the room.