Carl Holden

Carl Holden has been with Hartman-Cox Architects since 2001 and has over 17 years of experience over multiple project types. With Hartman-Cox Architects, he has worked on over 20 large scale projects spread across institutional, private and governmental sectors.

Current work includes the Mobile Federal Courthouse, which includes a new six-courtroom LEED Gold targeted facility located adjacent to the historic De Tonti historic district, and renovations the existing historic Campbell Courthouse.

Recently completed new work includes the University of Michigan Munger Graduate Residences, a 380,000 square foot, 634 bed LEED Silver Certified apartment building in the center of the campus (2015). Recently completed renovation projects include the Rehabilitation and Renovations to the Historic Kennedy Warren Apartments (2009), a 30-million-dollar project to update the crumbling apartments, public spaces, MEP systems, elevators and windows in the well-known historic landmark. Other work includes the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, a thorough modernization and substantial addition to the Eggers & Higgins landmark building. Carl has overseen exterior envelope design on many other projects including the American Pharmacists Association Headquarters in Washington DC, The Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill North Carolina and the National Cathedral School for Girls Proctor Hall in Washington DC.

Carl is a member of Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He also volunteers with local DC schools and the Capitol Hill Village which works to help city residents age in place.