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Robin Hipsky| 05 Feb 2013| 0 comments

Precast concrete installation begins on State Street Garage Expansion.

Robin Hipsky| 05 Jan 2013| 0 comments

It is our deepest regret to announce MHM’s Founder, Bruce McCarty, passed away at the age of 92. He will forever be known for his immeasurable contribution to Knoxville’s built environment and the long-lasting impression he made on all of us who knew him. Read More

Robin Hipsky| 11 Dec 2012| 0 comments

Jona Shehu and John McRae are authors of the new children’s book titled, “The Adventures of Naomi and Noah” . This book is now on sale for Kindle, download at: Read More

Robin Hipsky| 11 Dec 2012| 0 comments

MHM employees John Thurman, David Collins, Nathan Honeycutt, and Scott Searle spent a Saturday helping Habitat for Humanity homeowner Camarade Sengiyuma install vinyl siding on his home under construction in Lonsdale. Collins is President-elect of the Knoxville chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

Robin Hipsky| 01 Nov 2012| 0 comments

MHM employee, Don Horton , has been appointed to the Knoxville Board of Zoning Appeals.

Robin Hipsky| 23 Oct 2012| 0 comments

McCarty Holsaple McCarty, in a Joint Venture with Bullock Smith and Partners, was presented the AIA Excellence Award from the East TN Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for the Knoxville Station Transit Facility.

Robin Hipsky| 01 Sep 2012| 0 comments

MHM is proud to announce the grand opening of the Damascus Visitor’s Center and Branch Library in Virginia.Read More

Robin Hipsky| 12 Aug 2012| 0 comments

MHM’s John Thurman joined other Appalachian Trail hikers in celebrating the trail’s 75 anniversary in a series of stories in the Knoxville News-Sentinel. Here is the link to John’s story: Knoxville News Sentinel

Robin Hipsky| 01 Aug 2012| 0 comments

MHM employee, Jona Shehu, is one of 15 SmartTrips Challenge winners for 2012. She was part of 500 Knoxville participants that met the goal of logging their daily “green” commute. Read More… Smart Trips

Robin Hipsky| 01 Jul 2012| 0 comments

The new $130M University Center on UT’s campus is proceeding with Phase I construction. The design of this facility was a Joint Venture – BMa|MHM Architects.