Robin Hipsky| 23 Apr 2010| 0 comments

Jeff Johnson is quoted on page 18 of April’s Knoxville Bar Association publication in an article about the changing space-planning needs of local law offices.

Robin Hipsky| 25 Jan 2010| 0 comments

In 1965, Bruce McCarty began a new firm, Bruce McCarty and Accociates, with Bob Holsaple as partner. Read more about the history of MHM here.

Robin Hipsky| 20 Jan 2010| 0 comments

Custom-made chandeliers are hung at the Clayton Center for the Arts. Read more about it on Blount Today.

Robin Hipsky| 02 Jan 2010| 0 comments

The grand opening of The Davis Family YMCA at Jefferson Park was held for a packed house.

Robin Hipsky| 03 Dec 2009| 0 comments

This week MHM decorated the office for the Holidays. Stuart Butcher, Senior Designer, pictured above, delicately hangs ornaments in the lobby. Happy Holidays!

Robin Hipsky| 21 Nov 2009| 0 comments

MHM designer, Brian Pittman, is committed to improving downtown Knoxville. Read all about his efforts to restore the Mary Boyce Temple House here.

Robin Hipsky| 21 Nov 2009| 0 comments

MHM facilitated the LEED EB certification for Clayton Homes’ office. Kevin Clayton of Clayton Homes explains, “Not only did we do the right thing by being environmentally conscious, and focusing on sustainability and LEED certification, but they (MHM and others) made us a lot of money,” he said. “We spent $108,000 over the last three years achieving this, and we have directly quantified over $300,000 in savings.”

Read more at the Knoxville News Sentinal here, or at BEPI here.

Robin Hipsky| 28 Oct 2009| 0 comments

David Rosser, a University of Tennessee graduate, passed the final part of the architect registration examination (ARE). He becomes the 17th licensed architect at MHM. Congratulations Dave!

Robin Hipsky| 27 Oct 2009| 0 comments

Doug McCarty was awarded the 2009 AIA East Tennessee Gold Medal in honor of his contribution to architecture in East Tennessee. More info about the award here.

Robin Hipsky| 23 Oct 2009| 0 comments

New photos of the University of Tennessee Howard Baker Center for Public Policy are now on the MHM website. Click here.