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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

322 East Mason Ave. Alexandria VA 22301 hodgeshendricks@hotmail.com 703.380.0085

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA 322 East Mason Ave. Alexandria VA 22301 hodgeshendricks@hotmail.com

RESUME

To contribute my architectural design, research and production skills to a dedicated team in a local award winning firm focusing on larger scale, sustainable, collaborative community projects. Registered Architect in West Virginia November 2010, NCARB Certificate March 2011, American Institute of Architects March 2011, LEED Green Associate July 2009. Approaching ten years experience with current firm with the last four years in a Senior Designer Role. Managed projects with a diverse set of clients including the General Services Administration for the City of Alexandria, Church Committees, and Individual Home and Business Owners. EXPERIENCE

BIO Moving to the Washington D.C. area in 2000 after completing art school at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) with a degree in painting, William Hendricks absorbed the many cultural offerings of the nation's capital. While working with some of the city's best known museum institutions, William began to track onto a different path that utilized his innate analytical abilities. He began taking courses in architecture at the Washington Alexandria Architecture Center (WAAC) a part of the Virginia Tech's College of Architecture and Urban Studies Program, eventually completing a Master of Archictecture degree.

703.380.0085

OBJECTIVE

SUMMARY

REFERENCES

Larson Koenig Architects Alexandria VA 2002 to Present Project Management as Project Architect: • Alexandria Department of Housing Home Rehabilitation Loan Program open-ended contract, consisting of numerous family home renovations throughout the city. • Taqueria Poblano Restaurant, Arlington 3,400 SF Tenant Buildout. • Del Ray Cafe, Alexandria 2,800 SF Building Conversion. • Center for Alexandria's Children, 9,200 SF Tenant Build Out. • Franklin Backus Courthouse Security and Courtroom Enhancements, Alexandria. Project Support as Architectural Designer: • Alexandria Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witness 3,800 SF New Building. • Beverley Hills Community United Methodist Church, Alex. VA Alterations. • Alexandria Police Small Arms Firing Range Modification Concept Study. • 2128 11th Street NW Washington, DC, 6 Unit New Condominium Building. • Duncan Library, Alexandria VA 5,000 SF Expansion and Renovation. • Fire Station 202, Alex. VA Reprogramming and Renovation of a Historic Structure.

Robert Larson, AIA Prinicipal, Larson Koenig Architects - Alexandria VA 703.548.1378 rsl@lkarchitects.com Stephen Koenig, AIA, LEED AP Prinicipal, Larson Koenig Architects - Alexandria VA 703.519.3727 swk@lkarchtects.com Jaan Holt Director / Professor Virginia Tech Washington Alexandria Architecture Center 703.706.3003 jholt@vt.edu Richard Gallagher, AIA, LEED AP Staff Architect Ritter Architects - Alexandria VA 215.806.3891 rgallagher@ritterarchitects.com

Concurrently with his education at WAAC, William began working at the local Del Ray neighborhood office of partners Robert Larson and Stephen Koenig. Since 1997 Larson Koenig Architect's (LKA) team has been contributing thoughtful, integrative design services to the local community. With the composition of their work being half residential and half commercial/ religious/ government, LKA has satisfied a diverse range of clients in solving their built environment and programmatic needs. Mr. Hendricks began his architecture career here, completed his intern development program and became a licensed professional under their guidance. As he learns and grows into a more mature architect, William is constantly seeking new challenges that will find a balance with his appreciation for art and his pragmatic desire to find elegant solutions to problems. Originally from West Virginia, he has lived in Del Ray for the past 10 years with his wife, and newborn son. In his spare time William enjoys traveling abroad with his family, rowing on the Potomac, and taking his fly fishing rod for walks along area creeks.

South Royal Studios Alexandria VA 2000 - 2002 • Designer / Craftsman in a Preservation and Picture Framing Studio, some notable projects where the Sally G. Epstein Collection of Edward Munch Prints and Drawings for the National Gallery of Art, Various Works for the Phillips Collection, and the Rockefeller's American Impressionist Collection. ACTIVITIES

Architecture for Humanity DC Chapter since 2007 • A New Dawn Ayiti, Health Clinic Marmount, Haiti 2011 ~ Schematic Design • Akilah Institute for Women, Vocational School Campus Planning, Kigali, Rwanda 2008 ~ Master Planning, Design Development Package Rebuilding Together Alexandria since 2007 • NOVA AIA chapter house annual participation

EDUCATION

Master of Architecture Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Washington Alexandria Architecture Center 2008 Bachelor of Fine Arts Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD 1999

SKILLS

Visualization Technology: PowerCADD, SketchUp, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, Acrobat Professional, AutoCADD, Revit, ArchiCADD, 3d Studio Max. Model Making, Hand Drafting, Competition Board Assembly, Framing, Finishing and Fitting.

CONTENTS

RESUME, REFERENCES, BIO + T.O.C..

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EXPERIENCE COMMERCIAL RELIGOUS GOVERNMENT RESIDENTIAL

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ACTIVITIES AFH COMPETITIONS

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EDUCATION VT MICA

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

After a successful renovation of their first restaurant kitchen, the partners of Taqueria el Poblano invited Larson Koenig Architects to design their third establishment in the new Penn Rose Square mixed use development on Columbia Pike in Arlington, VA. Mr. Hendricks professionally managed many aspects of this project such as rendering views that convinced the clients of the virtues of the plan and coordinated construction documents among the kitchen, lighting, and MEP consultants. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

TAQUERIA POBLANO • COMMERCIAL

PARTITION PLAN

As the contractor and subs were already known for this project, a working relationship allowed for early accurate assessments of cost. Mr. Hendricks skillfully negotiated a deal to have the building owner provide extra square footage and the HVAC system for the project, because of inadequate ceiling height in the client's kitchen. He also maintained an early feedback loop with the county that expedited the building code and health departments approval.

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ARLINGTON, VA TENANT BUILD OUT 3,400 SF 2010-PRESENT NEGOTIATION / PRE-CONSTRUCTION

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TAQUERIA POBLANO • COMMERCIAL

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

2100 MOUNT VERNON AVE. • COMMERCIAL

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WOOD SHOP

PROPOSED MIXED USE BUILDING

LEVEL 3

After a wood shop was successfully designed by LKA and constructed on the site, the owners of this Mount Vernon Avenue lot in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria looked to their other corner to seek possible development opportunities. The firm proposed a mixed use building with store frontage on the ground level, rentable office and condo spaces on the 2nd and 3rd levels respectively. Mr. Hendricks created and rendered the these model images that kept the project progressing forward. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

LEVEL 2

Mr. Hendricks created and rendered the these model images that kept the project progressing forward. Anticipating controversy over infilling this open space, a careful regulatory and zoning analysis was performed and a strategy was developed to introduce the project to key land use committee members of the civic association. The project is on hold while the owner seeks possible partner investors.

EXISTING HOUSE AND SALON

SITE PLAN

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ALEXANDRIA, VA NEW MIXED USE BUILDING 4,800 SF 2008-2009 HOLD AFTER SD

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

BRAMBLETON PAVILION • COMMERCIAL

Photo by Stephen Keonig

ENTRY VIEW

Model by Kayvan Madani

MECHANICAL AREA

VESTIBULE

ENTRY HALL

COATS

BANQUET HALL

CLUB HOUSE CONNECTOR

PREP AREA

VERANDA

WALL SECTION

The Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority commissioned LKA to add an open air pavilion to the existing facility complex at the Brambleton Golf Course. The project was completed on time and under budget, and after some years of profitable use as a wedding banquet area, the Board asked LKA to come up with an enclosure scheme to allow for year round operation. Such a design was provided and detailed to 100% CD's. The continuation of project is awaiting financing. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

PROPOSED PLAN LOCATION: CONSTRUCTION: SIZE: DATE: STATUS:

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LOUDON CO., VA EXPANSION 3,600 SF 2002 + 2008 PHASE 1 BUILT / PHASE 2 HOLD

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ALEXANDRIA KINGDOM HALL • RELIGIOUS

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SECTION

CONSTRUCTION PLAN

Model by Bob Larson

The Alexandria Kingdom Hall was designed to be an expansion of an existing facility for this Jehovah's Witness Congregation. Larson Koenig Architects accommodated the unique cultural requests of this client by making a plan that could preserve some elements of the original building (although it was ultimately demolished), creating a design that could be built entirely by the congregants, and be approved by the religion's regional corporate office. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Mr. Hendricks' contribution to the team was in the technical plan phase; drawing mechanical and structural details, and designing accessibility compliant features throughout the building. The low slung building's wooden roof trusses are placed on prefabricated steel and polystyrene paneled walls that bear on grade beams with helical piers. The firm also participated in a community outreach meeting to mediate some of the more controversial aspects of the project.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA NEW BUILDING 3,800 SF 2005-PRESENT UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

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ALEXANDRIA KINGDOM HALL • RELIGIOUS

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BEVERLEY HILLS COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH • RELIGIOUS

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PROPOSED COURTYARD

FIRST FLOOR PLAN: PHASING+ EGRESS DIAGRAM

PHASE 1

Photo by Bob Larson

A memorial garden, 4 accessibility parking spaces, a bypass circulation route, improvements to the fellowship hall and kitchen were all apart of the program for the Beverley Hills Church. However, due to lack of funding, accomplishing everything at once was not feasible, so Larson Koenig Architects developed a phased approach that the church has successfully implemented over the past several years. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Mr. Hendricks was instrumental in the latest phase of construction at the church that advances an accessible route and reorders the circulation so that the classroom spaces can be used without interruption. Careful attention was given to the reduction of the courtyard as it has been used as a repository for cremated remains. A fourth phase will create a memorial garden in the courtyard to signify that use.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA ALTERATIONS 1,200 SF 2002-PRESENT PHASE 1,2,3 BUILT- PHASE 4 DESIGN

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

FRANKLIN BACKUS COURTHOUSE • GOVERNMENT

SECURE ENTRY PLAN

TARP funds allowed Alexandria's General Services Administration to enhance the secure entry area and a courtroom of this courthouse. Charged with providing a specified level of ballistic rating to the sheriff's deputy who manned the x-ray machine that would not detract from the building's historic character, Mr. Hendricks lead the design team through most phases of the project. Some enhancements are concealed and are too sensitive to illustrate here. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Comments from the city GSA, Sheriff's Department, Alexandria Commission for Person with Disabilities, and ultimately the Judge, were considered in executing this design. Mr. Hendricks performed the Bidding, Addenda, Award and Contract Administration duties at this sensitive site which required after hours installation. Reviewing submittals and creating a punch list required careful scrutiny with a new contractor to the city.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA SECURITY ENHANCEMENTS ENTRY AND A COURTROOM 2010 BUILT

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CENTER FOR ALEXANDRIA'S CHILDREN • GOVERNMENT

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STAIR

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SECURE ENTRANCE PUBLIC ENTRANCE

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Larson Koenig Architects worked with the Dept. of Mental Health and Human Services to bring several agencies together into one office space within this Mark Center Building. The Center provides space for the city's child protective services, social workers, psychologists and community classrooms. The firm completed schematic design with the pertinent decision makers, created drawings sets for cost estimating, and provided pro-bono illustrations for fund raising. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

B 11

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STAIR

RESTROOMS to be MODIFIED for ACCESSIBILITY

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PHASE 1: COST ESTIMATE + PERSONNEL PLAN

The CD's were completed by a different firm and the project was finished in 2007. Subsequent to post occupancy, a new phase rearranging underutilized spaces has begun with Mr. Hendricks leading the team. A brief schematic session brought some critical functions into alignment, and with the scope being smaller Mr. Hendricks has taken on the duties of all mechanical, lighting, and code compliance issues in a new construction document package.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA TENANT BUILD OUT 9,200 SF 2006 - PRESENT PHASE 1 BUILT / PHASE 2 CD'S

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ALEXANDRIA POLICE FIRING RANGE • GOVERNMENT

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SYSTEMS Model by Kayvan Madani

PROPOSED

EXISTING

Several problems where solved in this scheme for the Alexandria Police Department who share their firing range with other nearby jurisdictions. First, a storm water run-off filtration system is installed to mitigate the lead contamination from the discharged bullets. Second, clear-spanning steel roof elements replace the current wooden columned baffles that are compromised by accumulated shot. Third, the new roof elements are lined with acoustic treatment to provide sound attenuation for a COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

residential neighborhood nearby. Finally, existing spaces were expanded and storage facilities were added to the transformation. Mr. Hendricks worked on all of the concept drawings, satisfying the client's needs for the facility. While the lead mediation and some additional storage has been constructed, the complete project is currently on hold while the department redirects funds to the new police headquarters.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS 14,600 SF 2008 ON HOLD

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FIRE STATION 202 • GOVERNMENT

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Model by Kevin Barto

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HVAC OPN'G.

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EXIST. WALLS

LAUNDRY / MECHANICAL

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@ NEW BEAM 2 SECTION SCALE: 1/2" = 1'-0" The early 20th century solid masonry Fire Station had served many purposes in its lifetime including the town hall of Potomac, VA prior to its annexation into the city of Alexandria. Larson Koenig was given responsibility in 2004 for caring for the historic structure, while improving the building envelope and systems and bringing the 2nd floor barracks up to date with co-ed requirements of the Fire Department. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

However, in 2006 at 100% CD's the city decided to build a new fire station, necessitating a reprogramming for 202. Mr. Hendricks came onto the team at this difficult period and helped successfully transform the 2nd floor into a flexible training assembly space for the Hazmat Special Unit and Emergency Medical Unit. He also reviewed numerous change orders and provided sketched solutions to the concealed conditions inherent in such a renovation.

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PARTIAL BASEMENT PLAN SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

ALEXANDRIA, VA REPROGRAMMING + RENOVATION 9,000 SF 2003-2009 BUILT

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

DUNCAN LIBRARY • GOVERNMENT

Model by Kevin Barto

Photos by Stephen Keonig

This comprehensive rejuvenation of a 1970's neighborhood library incorporates a new reading room for the adult collection, substantially expands the children's realm, unifies the entrance and circulation, and upgrades staff facilities.Sustainable design strategies are employed, including natural daylighting and a vegetative "green roof" for storm water management, moderation of the internal environment and mitigating the urban heat island effect. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Mr. Hendricks' roles varied on the Duncan team, such as creating volume studies for the initial public outreach forums and feasibility studies, evaluating site plan conditions for special use permitting, producing construction documents, coordinating with the specification consultant, designing casework details and selecting interior finishes.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA EXPANSION + RENOVATION 5,000 SF 2003-2005 BUILT

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DUNCAN LIBRARY • GOVERNMENT

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NORTH ELEVATION NEW BUILDING

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EXISTING BUILDING

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8'-0"

8'-8"

EAST ENTRANCE

ADULTS READING ROOM

BOOKDROP

MEN'S RESTROOM

PASSAGE

MEDIA AREA

OFFICE 1

OFFICE 2

WORKROOM 8"

0.00 REF. 42.57 F.F.

1'-4"

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3'-10"

8"8"

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8'-10"

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MECHANICAL ROOM

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BUILDING SECTION AA

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ADULTS READING ROOM

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ACCESS LADDER

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ROOFTOP DUCTS; SEE MECHANICAL DWGS.

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ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT; SEE MECHANICAL DWGS.

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MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ENCLOSURE: SEE SHT. A 6.3

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CASEWORK : SEE SHT. A 6.4

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APPROX. LINE OF EXISTING GRADE

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APPROX. EXTENT OF EXISTING UNSUITABLE SOIL TO BE REMOVED

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ALL FOOTINGS TO BEAR UPON UNDISTURBED GRADE

INFORMATION AREA

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BUILDING SECTION BB SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0"

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LEWIS RESIDENCE

OVERVIEW: Alexandria's Department of Housing, Home Rehabilitation Loan Program is an open-ended contract for Larson Koenig Architects. It is a $90K 99year interest free loan for qualifying income families to make repairs or improvements to their homes. The firm performs all traditional architectural phases, including CA, for the city selected clients and provides services for regulatory applications and hearings if necessary. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

ALEXANDRIA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING • RESIDENTIAL

DUBOSE RESIDENCE

LEWIS RESIDENCE: The clients for this project are an elderly couple, one of whom has a recent mobility impairment. The scope of the project adds to a 1 1/2 story house with a single story accessible master bedroom and master bath addition at the rear of the house as well as a new side entrance equipped with a vertical lift.

DUBOSE RESIDENCE: The design for this single family home began with a modest addition to the kitchen, reconfiguration of the upstairs bedrooms and lead paint abatement. During the Construction Administration phase extensive structural deficiencies to the entire building were revealed and were carefully detailed and corrected through to the completion of the project by Mr. Hendricks ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

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BETHEL RESIDENCE • RESIDENTIAL

Photos by Stephen Keonig

Surrounded with books, natural light and a view to the garden, a new casual living room that is both spacious and comfortable was a priority when expanding this couple's existing residence. The compact and thoroughly organized kitchen is supplemented by an adjacent working pantry of equivalent size. Refurbished but otherwise unchanged, the public face of the residence addresses the street across a carefully tended landscape. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

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ARLINGTON, VA ADDITION 1,700 SF 2007 BUILT

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2128 11TH ST. NW CONDOMINIUMS • RESIDENTIAL

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Model by Kevin Barto

STAIR SECTION

CLOS.

MASTER BATH

MASTER BATH

MASTER BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

LAUNDRY LAUNDRY

KITCHEN

BATH

KITCHEN

BATH MECH.

MECH.

BALCONY

BALCONY

LIVING / DINING ROOM

LIVING / DINING ROOM BEDROOM

BEDROOM

FRONT YARD

PARKING

LOBBY

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ENTRY FROM STREET SIDEWALK

ENTRY FROM PARKING DN

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN This project consists of a three-story, six-unit condominium complex in a rapidly developing neighborhood in Washington DC. The developers, were interested in a design that was in character with the surrounding neighborhood and in scale with the urban fabric. Two entrance courtyards are created in the front and rear of the building separated by a central stairway. Off street parking is provided. Mr. Hendricks helped design the floor plan layouts and the marketing material that sold all of the units. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Photo by Bob Larson LOCATION: CONSTRUCTION: SIZE: DATE: STATUS:

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WASHINGTON, DC NEW 6 UNIT CONDOMINIUM BUILDING 7,500 SF 2004 BUILT

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ABREU RESIDENCE • RESIDENTIAL

FRONT VIEW

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Photo by Stephen Keonig

Model by Kevin Barto

FIREPLACE DETAILS

PLANS 1 + 2

This couple desired a comfortable home characterized by carefully integrated interior and exterior spaces. Natural light is brought deep into all rooms through clerestory windows and bright white sloped ceilings. Generous openings and lines of sight are available to the front and rear, while minimal side apertures maintain neighbors' privacy. Guests are accommodated in suites on the main level while the master suite is secluded on the level above. COPYRIGHT 2012 LARSON KOENIG ARCHITECTS

Mr. Hendricks arrived on the team while this single family home was being constructed. He was heavily involved in the detailing of the fireplace, dining room casework, and master bedroom balcony keeping the project in tune with its contemporary spirit.

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SILVER SPRING, MD NEW SINGLE FAMILY HOME + GARAGE 3,200 SF 2002-2003 BUILT

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William Hodges Hendricks, AIA, LEED GA

PROJECT AKILAH

PROJECT AKILAH + A NEW DAWN AYITI • ARCH. FOR HUMANITY

A NEW DAWN AYITI

Project Akilah: The Rwandan government has provided an existing school facility outside of Kigali, that will be renovated for the new Akilah campus, a vocational school for women. There are currently 12 buildings on the site. Mr. Hendricks participated in meetings throughout 2008 to develop a master plan for the campus, programming for the existing buildings, and a list of renovation/ infrastructure needs in order for the campus to become habitable. A September 2012 opening is anticipated. COPYRIGHT 2012 AFH DC

OVERVIEW: Architecture for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that seeks architectural solutions to communities in need. Mr. Hendricks as a leader in the DC chapter, provides innovative, sustainable, and collaborative design where resources and expertise are scarce. The AfH-DC team develops long term master plan, building schematics, produces design development drawings, and provides marketing materials throughout the design process

A New Dawn Ayiti: A new clinic in Marmount, Haiti was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake. In April of 2011 a weekend charrette at GWU Interior Design School produced a solution on the same site that would focus on prenatal healthcare for women and of this rural area. Ideas such as security, community assembly, off grid sustainability, and earthquake resistant structures we implemented into the final design. Mr. Hendricks provided the 3d modeling along with design advice. ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

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BODØ KULTURHUS • COMPETITION

CONCERT HALL LOBBY

HARBOR MASTER PLAN

LIBRARY

Larson Koenig Architects entered this open architectural competition in the Norwegian town of Bodo, north of the arctic circle. A harbor master plan siting a programmed library, concert hall and nautical museum for a viking ship was required. LKA focused architectural efforts mainly on the library and concert hall buildings. These digital images were included on the entry board and were built by Mr. Hendricks and Kayvan Madani.

CONCERT HALL LOCATION: TYPE: DATE: STATUS:

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BODO, NORWAY LIBRARY + CONCERT HALL 2009 ENTRY

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Project Greenway is a new type of convenience store and vehicular energy station. The impetus for this new building type was derived from the disconnect between the current gas station design and the more forward evolving automotive industry i.e. hybrid, fuel cell, electric, ethanol, and solar technologies. The emphasis of the design competition concept was one of sustainability; whereby the building would reflect in its existence the philosophy of its environmentally friendly cars and customers.

PROJECT GREENWAY • COMPETITION

Mr. Hendricks transformed his thesis site and project into a winning finalist of this regional competition. The roof lines developed specifically for solar energy collection fulfilled a mandatory energy production piece of the program.The earth removed became a terrace for a green park and garden. The large space serves as a market and the smaller bays service the vehicles, while a covered bus stop is positioned at the southside of the structure.

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ALEXANDRIA / PROTOTYPE FUEL + CONVENIENCE STORE 2008 FINALIST

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LINES BETWEEN SUN + EARTH • GRADUATE THESIS

LONG SECTION

CONCEPT MODEL

LIBRARY STAIR AXONOMETRIC SITE PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THESIS OVERVIEW: The approach to the thesis was twofold. Firstly an investigation into the design process by way of a stop motion movie was conducted in order to find the influences that bring forth architecture from various methods of play and interaction with materials. Following this experiment a Montessori school was designed to harness energy from the sun. It was documented through the more traditional methods of drawing and modeling.

WEST ELEVATION

The Montessori school occupies a prominent corner of the Del Ray neighborhood in Alexandria VA. While the main entrance affronts Mt. Vernon, a drive around the site establishes a drop off area to the rear of the building. In the lower level parking and a pool accompanies the mechanical rooms. The first floor lays out administrative offices, a cafeteria, and a large physical exercise room. The second floor contains the classrooms with clerestory loft spaces for contemplative studies.

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ALEXANDRIA, VA MONTESSORI SCHOOL K-6 2007

EDUCATION

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PAINTINGS • MICA

PAINTING OVERVIEW: While a foundation of visual communication, 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional art and art history was learned at the Maryland Institute College of Art, painting from observation was a focus of Mr. Hendricks's training for four years.

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