The American Water Heater Company in Johnson City, TN has earned a Silver LEED Certification for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance. This is the fifth LEED-certified project for MHM.
For the second consecutive year, MHM has been ranked the largest Knoxville-area architecture firm, based on the number of architects licensed in Tennessee. Notable Projects include: Neyland Stadium renovations, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, UT University Center, Knox County Schools STEM School at the L&N
MHM Joint Venture to design new $130 million University of Tennessee University Center Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville Station Transit Facility, Knoxville TN
A West Hills home designed by Bruce McCarty in 1954 for the General Electric Hotpoint brand has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The project was featured in the “Living for Young Homemakers” magazine and intended to be a model, easily live-in, all-electric home. Read more about it in the Knoxville News Sentinel.
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.”