MHM is pleased to be a part of the West Side YMCA Planning expansion.
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MHM is thrilled to announce we have three new team members at the firm. Kathryn Greer and Jake Thomas are both joining us as project architects and recent graduate Hannah Starnes will join us as an interior designer. Join us in learning more about these talented individuals below.
Kathryn Greer has lived in Knoxville, TN for the past four years following receiving her Master’s degree in Architecture from The University of Tennessee. Kathryn is a licensed architect with a professional degree in landscape architecture. She lives with her husband John, son William, and two dogs Pumpkin and Bowie.
Jake Thomas is a licensed architect who has worked in Knoxville since graduating with his Master of Architecture from the University of Tennessee in 2008. He and his wife Jessie enjoy talking about football and fixing up their old home.
Hannah Starnes recently graduated from the University of Tennessee with her Bachelors in Interior Design. She interned here at MHM during her senior year and will finally be joining us full time as an Interior Designer. She has lived in Knoxville for the past 4 years and enjoys spending time outdoors with friends and her puppy, Pepper.
MHM is proud that our own Charlotte Moellendick passed all her architectural exams to become a Registered Licensed Architect for the State of Tennessee. She received her State of Tennessee AIA Recognition Award on April 21st.
MHM’s office renovation is officially underway! Walls started coming down on Friday at the groundbreaking ceremony. Every member of the firm got to take a swing (or three) at the existing walls that will be removed to open up the floor plan. The firm is all packed up and has relocated to the eighth floor of our building for the duration of construction.
Stay tuned for updates on our new and improved space. Team members have been hard at work designing the renovation over the last year - we can’t wait to show you around!
MHM was proud to have three projects recognized at the 2017 Orchid Awards. Orchid Beautification Awards are presented by Keep Knoxville Beautiful for buildings and outdoor spaces that beautify and elevate the local landscape.
The Locust Street Pedestrian Bridge received an Orchid in the Public Art Category, The Daniel received an Orchid in the Redesign / Reuse Category, and The Tennessee Theatre received the Mary Lou Horner Award.
The Knoxville Orchid Beautification Awards will be held on March 7, 2017. The Orchid Awards have been presented to Knoxville and Knox County’s most beautiful properties since 1979. Join us this year at the Standard to celebrate who are beautifying our dynamic city. Enjoy live music, a silent auction with complimentary beer and wine reception featuring a specially brewed beer from Balter Beerworks, dinner, and the awards ceremony.
McCarty Holsaple McCarty is nominated for 4 awards, including Locust Street Pedestrian Bridge; The Student Union at the University of Tennessee; The Daniel; and the Juice Bar in Market Square.
McCarty Holsaple McCarty completed renovations for a new Juice Bar on Market Square. Grand opening was October 28.
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MHM was honored to support the Legacy Parks Foundation’s Legacy Luncheon for the Parks at UT Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus, celebrating the ongoing work to preserve the beautiful landscape that we call home.
MHM’s Vice President Dave Collins serves as Chair of the foundation’s Board of Directors and introduced the inspiring Rick Ridgeway, VP of Patagonia who was the featured speaker of the event.
The 3rd Saturday in October is always a rival game when the “Big Orange” plays Alabama. The VOLS may not have been successful against the Tide, but MHM enjoyed a beautiful afternoon tailgating on campus with colleagues and friends. Thank you to everyone who joined us. It was a great event!
Southeastern Development Associates and Regal Entertainment released McCarty Holsaple McCarty’s rendering of the new downtown waterfront Regal Entertainment Headquarters. The new headquarters will occupy 178,000 square feet of the former Baptist Hospital site.
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On behalf of the American School & University publication, McCarty Holsaple McCarty in joint venture with BarberMcMurry architects received the 2016 Educational Interiors Showcase GOLD Citation Award for The University of Tennessee, Student Union (Phase 1) project, located in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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As Knox County Schools welcomes students back for the 2016-17 school year, the Gibbs community will notice some changes on the Gibbs Middle School site. Rouse Construction, the General Contractor for the project, has begun site and foundation work for the new facility. MHM is wrapping up the design package this month and we are looking forward to seeing the new middle school come to life!