All posts of Katie Martin

Hummel’s Renderings of Wildland Firefighter Memorial Park at Boise Chamber Gala

Hummel had the opportunity to show the renderings of the Wildland Firefighter Memorial Park at The 134th Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Gala. Hummel and the Wildland Firefighter Foundation have been working together on this concept to raise money to build the park, which will be a place of peace for the families who have […]

A Day at Meridian High School

In early March, the Hummel team went to one of our most recent projects at Meridian High School for a site visit. Here are some photos we took of the progress!

Hummel Community Involvement Committee Celebrates 6 Months

Since the Hummel Community Involvement Committee was founded 6 months ago Hummel has participated in, volunteered at or donated funds for the following events: Idaho Historical Society’s Heritage Homes Tour, St Luke’s Fit One Race, NeighborWorks Rake Up Boise, a Hummel sponsored table at the Idaho Smart Growth Awards, Thanksgiving food boxes for St Vincent […]

ON THE BOARDS: Micron Center for Materials Science Research

The New Micron School of Materials Science will be a world class materials science facility that showcases Boise State’s unique materials science program. The building will be a research hub for materials science and will optimize connections to other programs and corporate partners. And, most importantly, it will become a gateway project for the program […]

Idaho State Capitol Building – #FlashbackFriday

The Idaho Capitol Building has been a focal point of our state for more than 100 years. The building’s architects and our firm’s founders, J.E. Tourtellotte and Charles Hummel designed the building to withstand the test of time with a superstructure made of sandstone taken from Table Rock in Boise. The dome and central parts […]

120 Years

120 years later and the legacy of Hummel Architects still lives on. 2017 will be our first year without Charles Hummel, but we continue to be inspired by his vision and passion that our firm still stands for today. Here’s to the next 120 years!  

Helping Homeless Teens with United Way

There are over 4,500 homeless teens living in the Treasure Valley, and some are without the basic necessities that many of us take for granted and use each day. This year, we wanted to help United Way of Treasure Valley by holding a hygiene item drive for these teens in our community. The Hummel team […]

We Care Event 2016

‘Tis the season to give back! Hummel helped ring in the holiday season with 125 children at the We Care Event at the Boys and Girls Club, where we helped kids create and wrap crafts for their family and friends. At the event, children were also able to get their faces painted and pictures taken. […]