As a teenager, Eric explores the abandoned buildings of his hometown, South Bend, Indiana.
Josh discovers his passion for drawing and designing houses, and decides he wants to be an architect when he grows up.
Eric graduates from the University of Notre Dame, and lives in Indianapolis, New Orleans, and South Bend before moving to Maryland in 2000.
Josh completes his Master of Architecture with a Graduate Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Maryland, and begins to practice in Baltimore while continuing to teach at the University of Maryland School of Architecture in an adjunct position.
Just after September 11th, Josh moves to DC and begins practicing at an award-winning firm, working on elementary schools, college buildings, and high-end custom residential work.
After completing his Master of Architecture at the University of Maryland, Eric begins practicing in the Washington, DC metro area, focusing on custom residential architecture at one of the region’s most prominent firms.
Josh is accepted into and participates in the DC AIA Christopher Kelley Leadership Development Program.
After a combined 28 years in the industry and experience collaborating on projects of all scales, Josh and Eric embark on a new adventure and create a new type of architecture firm.
Josh is hired as adjunct professor at The University of Maryland School of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning to teach a senior level design studio.
Hill & Hurtt wins Remodeling Magazine Design Award and Peoples’ Choice Award for “A Victorian Re-Imagined” project
Mary-Margaret Stacy joins the team as Project Architect
Eric joins Josh to teach a senior level design studio at the University of Maryland School of Architecture.