Henry Hollander

Henry Hollander

Alexandria, VA, US




Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Arlington, VA, US, President: National Capital Region Faculty Association

President and member of the Board of Directors representing 145 Virginia Tech faculty in the National Capital Region (NCR).

Coordination and implementation of Virginia Tech NCR new faculty and distinguished faculty awards and lectures.

Virginia Tech: NCR Commencement Marshall and committee member: VT NCR Executive committee
2010-12 Treasurer: Managed NCR faculty association financial arrangements.

Jun 2013 - Feb 2016

Washington Alexandria Architecture Center, Alexandria, VA, US, Coordinator for Outreach and Alumni Relations

Professional and Administrative Faculty: Coordinator for Outreach and Alumni Relations for Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies, Washington - Alexandria Architecture Center (WAAC).

Duties included management and supervision of all daily administrative operations for the college and international consortium of Architecture schools administered by Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture. Annual administrative supervision of 185 graduate and undergraduate Architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, graduate teaching assistants and faculty. Hiring of staff and students, Student advising, student recruitment, student internships, student internal and external tours, university purchasing, university outreach, WAAC fundraising, WAAC publications, WAAC special projects and coordination of 2012 and 2006 NAAB School of Architecture accreditation.

Aug 2006 - Feb 2016

Hollander Associates, Alexandria, VA, US, Owner

Owner / Principal of Hollander Associates in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. Hollander Associates, an award winning design firm specializing in architecture, architectural and environmental graphics, exhibits and architecture design competitions.

Mr. Hollander’s clients included federal, state and local government agencies; the American Institute of Architects at thenational and local level; the academic world including public and private universities; private U.S. and foreign industry;private foundations and a broad range of architecture firms.
Hollander Associates was founded in 1991 as a design firm specializing in architecture and architectural and environmental graphics, exhibits, and design competitions. Mr. Hollander designed and managed a diverse range of projects as lead designer, including residential, commercial, educational, and institutional architecture. interior and exterior signage,Illustrated books, monographs, brochures, posters, museum and private exhibits. Overall design budgets range from probing projects to $100 million per project. Clients included: the cities of Alexandria and Arlington Virginia, the American Institute of Architects, the U.S. Air Force Memorial Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Summer Productions, Virginia Tech: Colleges of Architecture and landscape architecture, George Washington University: Landscape Design,Yokohama National University: College of Engineering and Architecture; the Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Frederick Douglass National Memorial and Gardens, the Home Depot, Electronic Data Systems (EDS), BP Solar, BP Spain, William J. Reap company, Institute tor Planned Air Rights Communities, Matta Architect, James William Ritter Architect, Robert M. Gurney Architect, Guy L. Rando andAssociates, Optimist International and Hoggard Films.

May 1990 - Aug 2005


Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Alexandria, VA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Aug 1989 - Dec 1991

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, US, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Aug 1984 - May 1989


AIA Northern Virginia Chapter Award, Award

AIA Northern Virgina Chapter Award for significant contributions to the Architecture profession for a sustained period of time,


Areas of Specialization