Architectural honors aren’t the only thing employees at HBG are winning these days. The firm also wins simply for having fun.
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?
The city’s largest architecture firm announced Friday it is moving its 100 employees into One Commerce Square by November.
HBG is a proud supporter of ZeroLandfill™ Memphis, which is an award winning upcycling program held seasonally that supports the supply needs of local artists, teachers and non-profits while reducing pressure on local landfill capacity.
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When considering which architecture firms to apply to, look for ones that go above and beyond with innovative projects, international learning opportunities, and overall support of aspiring architects on the road to licensure. Some shining examples are the 2015-2018 IDP Outstanding Firm Award Winners. Learn how these champions of licensure set a high bar when it comes to helping aspiring architects succeed.
Excerpt from HBG’s article, ‘A Place to Dine: Food and Beverage Design’
Inside the most celebrated resort food and beverage venues, it is the innovation and creativity of the design—not merely the savory culinary selections—that elevate the dining experience to amazing heights of epicurean delight.
Opening the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) trade show today in Phoenix, Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr., with AC Green, former LA Lakers basketball player, welcomes and acknowledges HBG’s partnership and commitment to Indian Gaming.
“There are a lot of good friends in Indian Country, but those friends who have given back to Indian Country and participated in our processes in defending and standing by tribal sovereignty…that’s where I call on Dike Bacon and Hnedak Bobo Group.” – Ernie Stevens, Jr.
Check out the highlights from The Guest House at Graceland’s Topping Out ceremony in this great video by Elvis Presley Enterprises. Fast-forward to Mark Weaver’s speech to learn more about the inspiration behind the design.
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Memphis-based Hnedak Bobo Group (HBG) has revealed the design elements for the Guest House at Graceland, a 450-room hotel located just steps from Elvis Presley’s iconic Graceland mansion in Memphis. Set to open in October, the design is inspired both by Elvis’s personal style and his historic home. HBG designers researched the mansion for more than two years, and worked closely with Priscilla Presley to complete the project.