Two churches along the Northern Neck of Virginia are having additions
designed by Hinckley, Shepherd, Norden
Richard Shepherd has construction documents under way for a
new sanctuary addition to the existing facilities of Clarksville Baptist Church
located in Warsaw Virginia. Their current 150-year-old sanctuary is being
remodeled into a fellowship hall and a kitchen.
Construction Documents are just being completed by David
Norden for Siloam Baptist Church located in Montross Virginia. The addition
consists of a new fellowship hall, a kitchen, ADA bathrooms, and a new office for
The Masters of Fox Hounds Association will be breaking ground on their new headquarters in the next few weeks. Hinckley, Shepherd, Norden created a design that will add onto an 1830’s stone house to create an office space for the association. The new location will give MFHA a strong presence in the Middleburg Community.
The firm has just begun work on a new preschool complex for the St. John’s Catholic Church campus in Warrenton, Virginia.
For the third year in a row, Hinckley Shepherd Norden P.L.C. was again awarded best architect in Northern Virginia by Virginia Living Magazine for 2016.
Hinckley Shepherd Norden P.L.C. is celebrating its’ fiftieth year in business, having been started by our senior partner, Albert P. Hinckley, Jr. in 1966.