Two projects that will change the Downtown Memphis skyline are on the agenda of the next Downtown Memphis Commission Design Review Board meeting.
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Design/Build: Spotlight on Leading Architects and Builders in Indian Country Indian Gaming Magazine interviewed six of the leading architects and builders to learn more about their work in Indian Country. Here is what they had to say…
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.
See full article in Memphis Business Journal Eat Good. Feel Good. Do Good. That’s the motto of an East Memphis restaurant set to open in early August.
We’re excited that our One Beale mixed-use development project is moving ahead. From the Memphis Business Journal
Four-story, 94-room boutique hotel located adjacent to The Point Casino The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe (PGST) and its economic division, Noo-Kayet Development Corporation (NKDC), have announced plans for a four-story, 94-room hotel to be built adjacent to The Point Casino in Kingston, Washington.
See full article in Casino Enterprise Management Hot Springs, Ark., is a lakefront resort town with a long and infamous history in the world of gaming. Once a haven for the rich and famous, the secluded town, located just southwest of Little Rock, became known as The Spa City—America’s First Resort, due to the area’s… Read more »
Thirteen Gaming Industry Executives Honored for Outstanding Professionalism, Perseverance, Drive, Commitment and Mentorship
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 »
Last December, HBG awarded two $5,000 Gregory O. Hnedak Travel Scholarships to firm employees Thor Harland and Branden Canepa. Named after one of the founding partners of Hnedak Bobo Group, the competitive scholarship program is designed to help employees make a deeper connection with the company’s core values while broadening their knowledge and understanding of… Read more »