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DOMINIQUE M. HAWKINS

Preservation Design Partnership
African American AIA Fellow

SAY IT LOUD - Washington DC  Exhibitor
Pennsylvania Based Designer 

Bio:

Dominique's work has maintained the highest standards of planning, design and preservation, resulting in long-lasting relationships, some of which span for over a decade of continuous involvement and service.

DOMINIQUE M. HAWKINS

Bio:

In 1995, Dominique established PDP as a planning and design practice focusing exclusively on offering high-quality professional services for clients with nationally significant historic sites and buildings. Dominique's work has maintained the highest standards of planning, design and preservation, resulting in long-lasting relationships, some of which span for over a decade of continuous involvement and service. Dominique's biggest strength is her ability to organize a project and systematically sequence a well-structured approach to reach a successful conclusion.

Object:

Object One - Design, urban design, or preservation

Year of Elevation: 

2019

Featured Project Name: 

Cincinnati Museum Center

Featured Project Location: 

Cincinnati, Ohio

Featured Project Completion Date: 

2011

Role in Featured Project: 

Managing Principal

Featured Project Description:

The Cincinnati Union Terminal (1933) is one of the most significant Art Deco buildings in America. Following the decline of the railroads, the Terminal deteriorated and was threatened by demolition after a series of unsuccessful reuse attempts. In 2005, the Museum undertook a national search for a design team to help create a vision and address a number of pressing issues, ranging from deferred maintenance to obsolete building systems, and need for new uses to enhance visitor experience.

Photography Credit:

Preservation Design Partnership, LLC