MHM designer, Brian Pittman, is committed to improving downtown Knoxville. Read all about his efforts to restore the Mary Boyce Temple House here.
David Rosser, a University of Tennessee graduate, passed the final part of the architect registration examination (ARE). He becomes the 17th licensed architect at MHM. Congratulations Dave!
Doug McCarty was awarded the 2009 AIA East Tennessee Gold Medal in honor of his contribution to architecture in East Tennessee. More info about the award here.
New photos of the University of Tennessee Howard Baker Center for Public Policy are now on the MHM website. Click here.
New photos of the interior design at Coulter & Justus office. Click here.
New photos of the rennovated Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Knoxville, TN are now available here.
Mike Cox was elected President of the newly formed local Revit Users Group.
Warren Ince, a Texas Tech graduate, passed the final part of the architect registration examination (ARE). He becomes the 16th licensed architect at MHM. Congratulations Warren, Guns Up!
The Beck Cultural Exchange Center in Knoxville broke ground on a 5,000 square foot exhibition hall addition. More info here.
John Hockensmith and David Bakewell received CSI Chapter Service Awards for work as Product Show Committee chair and Golf Tournament chair, respectively. Thanks for all the hard work.
Mary Stonaker was elected Director of the newly formed East Tennessee City Center Chapter of IIDA. Congratulations, Mary!
MHM adds its 16th and 17th LEED APs, John Hockensmith and Kirby Sexton. Congratulations!
McGhee Tyson Airport completed food court. The project was designed and built in 8 months within a high security area. The Knoxville News Sentinel covered the grand opening.
MHM now employes 15 LEED APs, all working to include sustainable principles within all MHM projects. Congratulations to John Tom Payne and Russ Bash: the greenest LEED APs at MHM.
John Thurman and Warren Ince both passed the LEED AP exam, congratulations! Now thirteen MHM employees are LEEP APs, over one-third of the MHM staff. MHM continues to further its commitment to sustainable architecture.