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MHM User| 20 Mar 2017| 0 comments

MHM Orchid Award Winners

MHM was proud to have three projects recognized at the 2017 Orchid Awards. Orchid Beautification Awards are presented by Keep Knoxville Beautiful for buildings and outdoor spaces that beautify and elevate the local landscape.

The Locust Street Pedestrian Bridge received an Orchid in the Public Art Category, The Daniel received an Orchid in the Redesign / Reuse Category, and The Tennessee Theatre received the Mary Lou Horner Award.

MHM User| 26 Oct 2016| 0 comments

“Congratulations” to MHM for winning the AIA East TN Merit Award in Interior Design for the Perceptics project.

 

 

MHM User| 07 Sep 2016| 0 comments

On behalf of the American School & University publication, McCarty Holsaple McCarty in joint venture with BarberMcMurry architects received the 2016 Educational Interiors Showcase GOLD Citation Award for The University of Tennessee, Student Union (Phase 1) project, located in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Read more (pages 30&31): http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/9015a56a#/9015a56a/1

 

MHM User| 07 Jan 2015| 0 comments

On December 2nd, 2014 MHM received an Orchid Award from Keep Knoxville Beautiful for the Tailor Lofts Project on Gay Street in downtown Knoxville. To read more click on the link below.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Keep-Knoxville-Beautiful/111390325600742?sk=timeline

http://www.keepknoxvillebeautiful.org/orchids_past.php

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2012| 0 comments

Knoxville Station Transit Facility, Knoxville, TN

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2012| 0 comments

Neyland Stadium, The University of Tennessee: Peyton Manning Locker Room & The Lauricella Center for Letter Winners | Knoxville, TN

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2012| 0 comments

Knoxville Station Transit Facility, Knoxville, TN

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2011| 0 comments

Knoxville Station Transit Facility, Knoxville TN

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2011| 0 comments

Neyland Stadium Gate 21 Improvements, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jan 2009| 0 comments

Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville