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MHM User| 14 Apr 2014| 0 comments

After seven and a half years of restoration, local architect Brian Scott Pittman has almost completely restored the Mary Temple House. The house is three levels and includes a basement. Pittman makes his home on the main level, his mother lives on the second level. The third level will be Pittman’s studio.

Link: http://www.knoxnews.com/photos/galleries/2014/mar/30/mary-temple-house/

 

 

MHM User| 19 Mar 2014| 0 comments

On March 18, 2014, McCarty Holsaple McCarty was awarded the AGC Tri-Cities Branch “Architect of the Project of the Year Award” for the Food City Support Center in Bristol, VA.  This project was a partnership with J.A. Street & Associates (General Contractor).  Pictured accepting this award (from left to right):   Brad Jenkins (Executive Director of the Tri-Cities AGC Branch), Jeff Johnson (MHM), Nathan Honeycutt (MHM), Jim Street (JSA), Don Osborne (JSA), and Avery Johnson (JSA).

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MHM User| 06 Feb 2014| 0 comments

On Thursday, January 31 the East Tennessee Chapter USGBC held its annual Green Light Awards to recognize leaders in sustainability in the East Tennessee region.  Lisa Hoskins, Associate at MHM received the “Organizational Excellence” award for her work over the last six years in multiple volunteer roles and initiatives for the cause of sustainability in the built environment.

MHM User| 06 Feb 2014| 0 comments

On January 31, Hallsdale Powell Utility District’s new facility, designed by MHM, received the Green Project Award from the East Tennessee Chapter USGBC.  Completed in June 2011, the jury recognized the design in making a “really strong statement to the community about the importance of sustainable design strategies.”  They “loved the [emphasis] and demonstration of stormwater management” in a water utility project.  MHM’s work on the project included coordination with the Penland Studio, Ross Bryan Associates, Engineering Services Group and McGill Associates.  Accepting the award on behalf of MHM was Don Horton, project architect.

MHM User| 24 Jan 2014| 0 comments

The goal for OrthoTennessee & Knoxville Orthopedic Clinic’s new MRI renovation & expansion project was to design a new MRI suite as well as additional exam rooms while minimizing the footprint of a building addition.  After exploring multiple locations, the best solution was to place the new rooms adjacent to the existing MRI room and to create a new entrance and waiting area. One challenge for the addition was to architecturally fit with the existing building, but also act as a clear entry for the client’s patients.

MHM User| 02 Jan 2014| 0 comments

US Green Building Council’s, Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) certified the offices and staff services space in the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. (GMCR) plant in Knoxville, Tenn., under LEED for Commercial Interiors (LEED-CI).  This certification is one of many McCarty Holsaple McCarty’s  projects.

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MHM User| 25 Nov 2013| 0 comments

On November 14 , the Hallsdale-Powell Utility District facility in north Knoxville, won the “Orchid Award”.  A New Architecture category from ‘Keep Knoxville Beautiful’.

MHM User| 25 Nov 2013| 0 comments

Doug McCarty, President & CEO of McCarty Holsaple McCarty, was honored to be a part of the new Food City Corporate Support Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on November 21, 2013.  This project was a Joint Venture with J.A. Street & Associates.

http://www.tricities.com/news/local/article_6b61285e-5306-11e3-9c91-0019bb30f31a.html

 

 

MHM User| 15 Nov 2013| 0 comments
MHM User| 22 Oct 2013| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty’s 2013 completion of the East Tennessee Veteran’s Cemetery Committal Chapel, a Joint Venture with Ross/Fowler, P.C.

(Photography by Immortal Images)