Take a look at the changing face of Memphis: Fabulous new buildings and developments are rising from the ground right next to brilliantly devised reuses of old, even historic, structures. And, mixed in throughout, the latest in sustainable construction and energy practices are employed to ensure the city’s physical environment will be good for a… Read more »
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Congratulations to our client, the Tohono O’odham Nation on the grand opening of the first phase of the Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in Maricopa County, Arizona. The HBG-designed casino officially opened to the public on December 20, 2015. We have compiled articles on the project below – take a look for a peek into… Read more »
HBG is excited to be named one of Memphis’ Top Workplaces by The Commercial Appeal. Congratulations to our incredibly talented employees – and thank you for voting HBG a Top Workplace!
By Thomas Bailey Jr. of The Commercial Appeal The towers that soar highest in the Memphis skyline share at least one characteristic: Materials other than glass dominate their skin. And old-fashion brick prevails among the historic understory buildings throughout Downtown. All of which means that the glassy One Beale towers will stick out in more ways than… Read more »
Designs for Carlisle Corp.’s $160 million One Beale tower development were approved by the Design Review Board Wednesday.
Buffalo’s economic development revival is spurring a $40 million expansion of the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino that will see the size of the two-year-old downtown gaming venue grow by more than 42 percent.
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 »
Two projects that will change the Downtown Memphis skyline are on the agenda of the next Downtown Memphis Commission Design Review Board meeting.
Original article here from the Kingston Community News The 12- to 18-foot totem pole that Jake Jones will carve for The Point Hotel will contain a lot of symbolism. Two hands holding a copper plate, representing wealth. A chief. A bear holding an orca, a symbol of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe.
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.