Angelo’s, in Ochlocknee Bay, Florida, was the first project to be published recognizing the project’s regional impact on the community. It was published in the “Florida/Caribbean Architect” magazine. The first historic acknowledgement came with a “2001 Tallahassee/Leon County Historic Preservation Award” for “Preservation Project of Regional Impact Award of Excellence with the restoration of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Hosford, Florida. The Wesleyan Methodist Church, the Ft. White Historic Railroad Depot, along with Angelo’s were the three HDG projects published in the “Florida/Caribbean Architect” magazine.
The Leon County Sheriff’s Aviation Unit was also published in the Nov/Dec 2010 issue of the” Air Beat” magazine, a national sheriff’s association publication, for its excellence in design serving the sheriff’s helicopter pilots. Finally, the Fort Mose Visitor’s Center was featured on WFSU’s “Florida Crossroad of Historic Places”. Televised on WFSU’s public television network on 2007.
HDG principals and consultants hold many individual awards and certificates making them especially qualified to provide continuing services for Wakulla County.
HDG has broad and varied experience throughout the North Florida region in both architectural and landscape architectural projects. These include such projects as Ft. Mose Visitors Center in St. Augustine, Florida, Ft. Clinch Beachside Shower & Laundry Facilities in Fernandina Beach, Florida, William J. Rish Park Gulf & Bayside Improvements in Cape San Blas, Florida, and Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park Visitors Center in Micanopy, Florida. All of these projects were completed under a continuing services contract.
Our private projects include Angelo & Son’s Seafood Restaurant in Ochlocknee Bay, Wakulla Bank Headquarters in Crawfordville, Wakulla Bank Panacea Branch, Schematic Planning for Proposed Soccer Complex, and the boat landing and interior renovations at Wakulla Springs Lodge.