3 08, 2022

Hasheem Halim Joins HELT Design

2022-08-03T16:28:10-05:00August 3rd, 2022|Announcements, Helt Happenings|

HELT Design is proud to announce that Hasheem Halim has joined the team as the firm’s newest Project Coordinator. With a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech and a passion for creating designs that can be felt both literally and ethereally, Hasheem has quickly embraced the variety of work and big picture vision since joining the firm. Hasheem has been honing his skills through a variety of projects and recently won a grant from the City of Charlotte [...]

27 07, 2022

Valeria Ramon elevated to Project Manager

2022-08-03T14:48:53-05:00July 27th, 2022|Announcements, Helt Happenings|

HELT Design is pleased to announce and recognize the promotion of Valeria Ramon to Project Manager within the firm. Since joining the team in 2021 as a Project Coordinator, Valeria Ramon has quickly shown a track record of success by exceeding expectations and delivering consistent value to our clients. Valeria’s design talent, coupled with her willingness to take on challenging project deadlines has positioned her to handle the responsibilities of project managing multiple fast-paced projects. The team at HELT [...]

13 05, 2022

HELT Design Positioning for the Future

2022-05-13T11:22:03-05:00May 13th, 2022|Announcements, Helt Happenings|

A letter from Tim Johnston, Principal Effective today, C.L. Helt, Architect, Inc. is officially being re-introduced as HELT Design. This is an exciting time for our firm, and we are proud to share this transition with our clients, industry partners and the community. Our track record of providing high level architectural and interior design services dates back to the 1960’s. It’s fair to say that a lot has changed since then. Our project types are more varied and have [...]

18 04, 2022

Helt Nominated for Sustainability Awards

2022-04-23T15:36:34-05:00April 18th, 2022|Announcements, Awards, Helt Happenings|

We're honored to be recognized by Sustain Charlotte during their 10th annual Sustainability Awards fittingly held on Earth Day, April 22. This nomination celebrates and reinforces our long-standing commitment to maintaining a mindful approach to our work and acknowledging the positive impact that the architectural and design industry can have on our environment. We find joy in integrating sustainable building features such as water reclamation systems, repurposing building materials and minimizing impervious surfaces into our work. Our portfolio is full [...]

11 04, 2022

Promotion Announcement – Don Ferry

2022-04-11T06:40:43-05:00April 11th, 2022|Announcements, Helt Happenings|

The entire team at CL Helt, Architect is pleased to announce the promotion of Don Ferry to Senior Associate. Don brings over 30 years of industry experience and knowledge to our clients.   Over the years and throughout countless projects, Don has shown an exemplary track record of consistently delivering high quality construction documents, project management oversight, and guidance to clients.   Don’s expertise is focused on comprehensive project delivery in the multi-family, retail, mixed use, office, and adaptive [...]

17 03, 2022

Media Coverage – Dynamo 31 Renderings Revealed

2022-03-18T10:02:40-05:00March 17th, 2022|Helt Happenings, Media Coverage|

Helt was mentioned in multiple media outlets as we work in concert with Pharr’s real estate development division in the heart of downtown McAdenville, NC. We’re thrilled to provide design services for the Dynamo 31 complex. The project will both transform and revitalize the 100+ year old historically significant landmark and breathe new life into the space. We developed the Dynamo 31 name through our “building as a brand” approach that captures the essence of the broader brand within [...]

25 02, 2022

Crossing the Catawba – Full Charlotte Business Journal Article

2022-04-25T18:44:48-05:00February 25th, 2022|Helt Happenings, Media Coverage|

In June of 2019, C.L. Helt, Architect, led by Tim Johnston, transferred its growing operations from the buzzy center of Charlotte to the quaint, historic town of Belmont. Leaving the 15th largest city in the U.S. for a town of barely 12,000 inhabitants was an unusual move, but it was the perfect choice for the growing design firm. The location has helped Johnston and his team recruit talent, manage both modern  ground-up and historic reuse projects across the U.S., [...]

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