We found an old photo of Janet Smith-Haltom when she was just a young architecture student at the University of Arkansas. This led us to wonder, did she know back then that one day she would be a “Super Woman in Business” and a mentor to aspiring professionals?
Posts Categorized: Redevelopment & Reuse
On Feb. 9, at 5:30 p.m., at the Memphis Botanic Garden, the 4th annual Building Memphis Awards recognized the best of the best in Memphis.
A self-described tomboy growing up, Janet Smith-Haltom was never deterred by the male-dominated world of architecture. Smith-Haltom was the first female principal at Hnedak Bobo Group and still remembers the advice that Greg Hnedak, one of the firm’s founding members, gave her at the start of her career with the company. “He said, ‘Janet, I… Read more »
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center is touting its newest building as a magnet for the country’s top researchers. The Translational Science Research Building, standing four-stories above the corner of Union and Manassas, is a state-of-the-art facility where researchers will study new treatments for health concerns like cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, stroke and mental health.
HBG’s Principal of Adaptive Reuse/REGEN Services, Janet Smith-Haltom,AIA, presented with developer Kip Platt this week at the 2015 NAIOP Office Conference. The presentation and tour provided attendees with an overview of the adaptive reuse/conversion of the historic Texaco Office Building into a modern luxury multifamily development. The project is currently in construction and is set to complete in… Read more »
from the Memphis Business Journal
See full article in Memphis Business Journal Local architecture firms note it isn’t about the scale of the project, but the number of projects coming across the table since the economy has increased following the 2008 financial crisis. Across the board, firms are seeing more multifamily projects — an indicator of the health of multifamily… Read more »
We are pleased to announce that Janet Smith-Haltom, AIA, HBG’s Principal directing the firm’s Historic Urban Adaptive Reuse / ReGen Due Diligence Services, presented to a room of esteemed national ULI membership on May 14 at the 2015 Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting held in Houston, Texas.