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What’s New in West Virginia Architecture?

We always like sharing good news – especially when it’s related to architecture. We’ve been busy with several exciting community, commercial and religious projects in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia over the last few months. Community Architecture We’re fortunate to work with some really great, really lucky people. Take W. Randy Smith. The former Read More

Helbing Lipp Recny’s Summer Round-up

Faithful Service to Our Clients, Exceptional Design Solutions Summer comes and goes so quickly. That’s why we want to take a moment to slow down and remember all of the great projects we have worked on during this very busy season. We’re excited to share the latest news about our religious, educational and commercial architecture. Read More

Congrats Kent State!

Stunning New Architecture Building Opens From the desk of our President John Recny There’s nothing like setting foot on your college campus. Decades later, it still brings back memories of late nights and big dreams. With my wife Susan, I walked this memory lane at my alma mater, Kent State University. On this visit, my Read More

Now Hiring: Architectural Interns

We are looking for full and part time Architectural Interns. We can offer the right candidate an excellent opportunity for “hands-on” growth and experience. We are experts in the design of religious, educational and institutional buildings, and we also design a wide array of restaurants, banks, and other commercial projects. We collaborate to provide innovative Read More

Homegrown Success: Trinity Christian School Thrives, Accepts More Students

In the heart of Fairfax, Trinity Christian School overlooks a lake, its brick walls reflected in the rippling water. The school is a mainstay of faith-driven education for local children, instilling compassionate values into young hearts and minds. Trinity has grown over the years to accommodate more students. Christian School Products magazine reports that the Read More

Setting our Designs on the Future

After over 43 years of designing churches, schools, restaurants, businesses and much more, our co-founder David Lipp has announced his retirement. Serving clients in Virginia and West Virginia, David will be missed by long-time clients and coworkers alike, although he intends to remain in the area for a time and offer his expertise to our Read More

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Each year around Christmas, we take stock of what keeps us going every day. Faith, family and friendship will always inspire our designs. We hold our Judeo-Christian values in our hearts as we sketch each church, school, restaurant or business. We are blessed to work with passionate professionals and committed clients. Thank you so much Read More

Opportunities for Architects

Do you have your Architect’s license — but are asking yourself “now what?” Think about your career, your current position, and what YOU really want to accomplish during the rest of your working life… • Are your ideas brought to fruition?• Do you want to have a more of a say in improving your firm’s Read More

Helbing Lipp Recny Architects is the Jefferson County West Virginia 2016-2017 Business of the Year

We are very pleased to announce that Helbing Lipp Recny Architects has received the 2016-2017 George C. Vickers Business of the Year Award from the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce.  David and John accepted the award at the Chamber’s annual banquet in June.  The award was given “in recognition of your long-time business and being a Read More

Happy New Year – and Thank you to our Clients

We’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and say THANK YOU to all of our clients, especially those who completed their projects in 2015.  We are honored to be their Architects! Rankin Physical Therapy – Hedgesville, West Virginia – new facility Third Baptist Church – Alexandria, Virginia – sanctuary renovation Arlington Church of Read More

Ribbon Cutting at Third Baptist Church of Alexandria

Recently Third Baptist Church dedicated their newly-renovated sanctuary for service and celebrated their 152nd anniversary in historic Alexandria, Virginia.   Helbing Lipp Recny Architects designed the renovation, which converted the interior of their sanctuary into a contemporary and vibrant new space while maintaining the existing exterior appearance.  We were proud to be a part of this exciting project, Read More

WFX is November 18 and 19 – see you there!

        Helbing Lipp Recny Architects will be in BOOTH 640 at the upcoming Worship Facilities Conference and Expo in Nashville on November 18 and 19.  If you are there please stop by and say Hello!

Arlington Church of Christ Celebrates Gound Breaking

  On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, the congregation at Arlington Church of Christ “broke ground” on their new project, designed by Helbing Lipp Recny Architects.  The ambitious project renovates and updates their existing 70-year-old facility, and includes a prominent addition that houses a new entrance, stairs and an elevator, making the entire building accessible.  A Read More

Helbing Lipp Recny Architects Featured in Magazine Article

  We are pleased to announce that our firm was featured in the current issue of Metro Architect Magazine, as one of three firms included in this issue.  Here is the link to the article: Metro Architect Article – Helbing Lipp Recny Architects

Immanuel Bible Church Wins Innovation Award

Our Immanuel Bible Church project received an award from the National Association of Church Design Builders, for the special glass in the atrium that darkens electronically. We worked closely with the folks at SAGE GLASS, who is a member of NACDB. They applied for and received the award.

Announcing Our New Name, Logo & Website

Since 1973, Helbing Lipp Ltd. provided architectural and engineering services to the DC Metro area and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. With our firm now being operated by architects David Lipp and John Recny, we are pleased to announce the new firm name of Helbing Lipp Recny Architects and the launch of our new website, www.hlrarchitects.com.