MHM User| 22 Nov 2017| 0 comments

Cope Architecture, in association with McCarty Holsaple McCarty and Heery Sports Group, has been awarded the Neyland Stadium South Renovations project at the University of Tennessee!

The project is anticipated to span over multiple phases and is scheduled to be complete in time for the 2021 football season. We are honored to have been selected and we can’t wait to get started on this important and exciting project for UT Knoxville!

Our team, from left to right: Haley McManigal, Don Freeman, Stuart Butcher, Cayce Smith, Peter Ludman, Doug McCarty, Robin Hipsky, Scott Webb, and Lanny Cope.

Image credits: Populous + MHM and Haley McManigal


Design Team

MHM User| 03 Nov 2017| 0 comments

Paul McCall is a registered architect and graduate of UTK College of Architecture + Design who has worked in Knoxville (and Nashville) for the past 20+ years. Paul and his wife Tarra run a highly unprofitable and time-draining Uber service for their two daughters, Aislin and Kimbell.

Erik Hall is an east Tennessee native, and received his Master’s degree in Architecture from The University of Tennessee.  Erik has a degree in Historic Preservation and Community Planning from the College of Charleston.  He lives with his fiancé Cara and black lab Yogi, and they enjoy all things outdoors.

Alli Randall now calls Knoxville “home” after living here for nearly 12 years.  She graduated in 2016 with her Bachelors in Architecture from the University of Tennessee.  She loves snuggling her Husky Zeus, and formerly loved watching UT Football until she could no longer bare to watch the misery any longer.

Taylor Odom graduated from the University of Tennessee this past May with a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design.  Prior to joining us this summer, she interned at Gensler, Chicago last year. She lived in East Tennessee since she was born and decided to call Knoxville home. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family and friends as well as being outdoors.

Josh Cline McGee is a licensed architect and recently relocated from Charlotte, NC. He maintained his own firm – CMA Design PLLC – for the past 7 years and is Senior Editor for the recently published Architectural Graphic Standards 12th edition. His wife Susan is a botanical artist and native to Knoxville. Josh enjoys football, Susan doesn’t.

new hires


MHM User| 03 Nov 2017| 0 comments

John C. Hodges Library recently celebrated 30 years of serving as UT’s main library. The current building is an expansion of the original library by the same name. The addition tripled the square footage of the original and included over 40 miles of book stacks! Doug McCarty, principal-in-charge of the 1987 Expansion, spoke of the milestone achievement at a recent celebration on UT’s campus.

Hodges 30-2

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McCarty Holsaple McCarty had the honor of participating in the winning Proposal for the historic Andrew Johnson Building along with Nashville-based developer BNA. Knox County recently made all the proposals available to the public. We are very excited to be part of this great project for downtown Knoxville!


MHM User| 03 Nov 2017| 0 comments

The East Community Design Center honored Natalie Haslam with the Bruce McCarty Community Impact Award at their 2017 Gala. Natalie has been a lifelong volunteer and philanthropist, and her tireless work has had a major impact on the built environment in our region. Bruce was a founding member of the Design Center and long-time contributor in our community for over 70 years.

Gala - overall