The new 131,387 GSF Food City Corporate Headquarters is well under construction in Abingdon, VA.
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).
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.
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.
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
MHM Joint Venture to design new $130 million University of Tennessee University Center Knoxville News Sentinel