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MHM User| 18 Dec 2014| 0 comments

The new Ray and Lucy Hand Digital Studio opened on November 24th. The studio, 18 months in the building but decades in the making, shoots Tennessee to the forefront of on-campus studio space and video production. The digital studio is actually comprised of two large studio areas, one on the north side of the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center, the other on the south side of the Anderson Training Center. Both studios can be configured in multiple ways to produce a variety of programming for the SEC Network, the Vol Network and other in-house productions. The project was a Joint Venture between McCarty Holsaple McCarty Architects and COPE architecture. Rouse Construction was the contractor.   For more information, click the link provided:

http://www.utsports.com/genrel/112114aaa.html

MHM User| 25 Nov 2014| 0 comments

On Thursday, November 20, McCarty Holsaple McCarty was awarded the “Fantastic Fifteen Award of Excellence in Preservation Rehabilitation” from the Knox Heritage for the Tailor Lofts project.  Brian Pittman of MHM also won the “Mayor of Knox Award” for his Mary Boyce Temple House restoration and the “Spirit of Kristopher Award” for his historic preservation service to the Knox Heritage.

CONGRATS to the project team on the Tailor Lofts and our very own Brian Pittman.

Pittman awards

MHM User| 12 Nov 2014| 0 comments

MHM is excited about this project and the benefits it brings to downtown.  Check out the link for more photos!

http://www.wbir.com/story/news/local/downtown-ut/2014/11/10/henley-street-pedestrian-bridge-closes-for-4-months/18795163/

 

 

MHM User| 03 Oct 2014| 0 comments

Li Wang from MHM served as a Panelist to the BIM Seminar that Lewis Thomason organized on September 19, 2014. This half-day seminar features Virtual Design & Construction, including discussion of contract terms, BIM-in-practice, new State BIM guidelines, insurance issues, and BIM pitfalls and risk management.

 

 

MHM User| 07 Aug 2014| 0 comments

The Maryville College Pearsons Hall renovations are nearing completion.  See what the Alumni are saying…

https://www.facebook.com/MaryvilleCollege

MHM User| 05 Aug 2014| 0 comments

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) State of Tennessee convention was held on July 30-August 1, 2014.  Doug McCarty, President of McCarty Holsaple McCarty, received the 2014 Presidential Award of Excellence.

MHM User| 29 May 2014| 0 comments
MHM User| 12 May 2014| 0 comments

The Tailor Lofts project prepped for its first residents to move in. Located in the former Arby’s building at Gay Street and Union Avenue, the project includes nine residential units and a ground-floor restaurant space.

Developers Joe Petre and Daniel Odle, of Conversion Properties, provided a walk-through and said all nine residential units have been leased.

Read more:  http://blogs.knoxnews.com/flory/2014/05/post-12.html

MHM User| 06 May 2014| 0 comments

For Jeff Johnson’s full story, click the news article link below:

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2014/may/05/saving-energy-the-right-thing-to-do/

 

MHM User| 05 May 2014| 0 comments

Smee + Busby Architects and McCarty Holsaple McCarty, in association with Hilferty and Associates, and Hedstrom Design, has been awarded a subcontract by URS | CH2M Oak Ridge LLC (UCOR) as the Professional Site Design Team and Museum Professional for the K-25 History Center, Equipment Building, and Viewing Tower.

 The K-25 building, built in 1943, was a key facility in the Manhattan Project.  As the world’s largest building under one roof, K-25 covered over 2,000,000 square feet while producing the enriched uranium that helped end World War II.  The facility is located at East Tennessee Technology Park, the former Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant.  UCOR is cleaning up the site for the United States Department of Energy (DOE) as it is being transformed into a private sector industrial park.  Demolition of the K-25 building was completed on December 19, 2013.

 In 2012 the DOE signed a Memorandum of Agreement for K-25 Site preservation with a vision to complete historic preservation activities within 5 to 7 years.  This project will expand the story of the Manhattan Project that is told through the Hanford Museum (exhibits designed by Hilferty and Associates in Hanford, WA) and the Bradbury Science Museum (located in Los Alamos, NM).

 The museum subcontract awarded consists of a new K-25 Equipment Building and Viewing Tower to be located adjacent to the existing K-25 footprint and a History Center to be located within the adjacent existing fire station.  Wayside exhibits surrounding the existing footprint will provide visitors with real life stories about the people and science of K-25.

 The main concept of the project is to immerse the visitors in the story of K-25 – commemorating the international importance and history-changing impact of the Manhattan Project and K-25′s role.  The project will inform visitors on why K-25 was built, how K-25 worked, and who made it possible.

Conceptual design for the project will begin in April 2014 and the completion date for the construction of the project is 2017.