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Robin Hipsky| 01 Jun 2012| 0 comments

The new 131,387 GSF Food City Corporate Headquarters is well under construction in Abingdon, VA.

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jun 2012| 0 comments

MHM would like to welcome 5 new employees: Jona Shehu – Architecture Intern, 2011 U.T. Graduate |Minor in International Studie’; Bachelor of Architecture, and a Masters of Architecture Post Professional Degree; Vickie Clabough – Receptionist | Administrative Asst., Degree in Business; Scott Searle – Architecture Intern, 2012 U.T. Graduate | Bachelor of Architecture; Jason Pimsler – Architecture Intern, 3rd year Graduate | Masters in Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Building Science; Tiffiny Hall – Interior Summer Intern (not pictured).

Robin Hipsky| 24 May 2012| 0 comments

The James H. Quillen U.S. Courthouse in Greeneville, TN has earned a Silver LEED Certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance. This is the sixth LEED certified project for MHM.

Robin Hipsky| 01 May 2012| 0 comments

MHM announces the promotions of: Don Horton, R.A., LEED AP BC+D to Senior Associate; Li Wang, R.A., LEED AP to Senior Associate; Charlotte Mollendick, LEED AP to Associate; John Thurman, AIA, LEED AP to Associate; Brian Pittman to Associate; and Nathan Honeycutt, AIA to Associate.

Robin Hipsky| 01 May 2012| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty was presented the Grand Iris Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies | TN Engineering Excellence Awards for the Knoxville Station Transit Facility.

Robin Hipsky| 23 Apr 2012| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty’s Senior Designer, Stuart Butcher, and Senior Interior Designer, Barbara Tallent, traveled to Newport Beach, CA to receive the Antron Carpet Fiber, Design Merit Award | Public Spaces Category for The University of Tennesse, Neyland Stadium, Peyton Manning Locker Room & The Lauricella Center for Letter Winners in Knoxville, TN.

Robin Hipsky| 19 Oct 2011| 0 comments

MHM has been selected by Food City’s parent company, K-VA-T Food Stores, Inc., to design their new Corporate Headquarters|Store Support Center in downtown Abingdon, Virginia. Design work began in early October.

Robin Hipsky| 14 Oct 2011| 0 comments

The American Water Heater Company in Johnson City, TN has earned a Silver LEED Certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance. This is the fifth LEED-certified project for MHM.

Robin Hipsky| 05 Jun 2011| 0 comments

For the second consecutive year, MHM has been ranked the largest Knoxville-area architecture firm, based on the number of architects licensed in Tennessee. Notable Projects include: Neyland Stadium renovations, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, UT University Center, Knox County Schools STEM School at the L&N

Robin Hipsky| 04 Apr 2011| 0 comments

MHM Joint Venture to design new $130 million University of Tennessee University Center Knoxville News Sentinel