HBG Design is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the University of Arkansas International Design Scholarship.
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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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The National AIA and NCARB have jointly selected HBG as a recipient of the 2015-2018 Intern Development Program (IDP) Outstanding Firm Award! Only four firms in the country were recognized at this elite level.
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 Danny Valle, AIA, Principal, Hnedak Bobo Group You have a thriving regional casino operation and loyal gaming customers. Baby Boomers have been your bread and butter demographic for years. Now you are wondering how to reach the millennial generation, when article after article tells you that millennials do not prefer slot machines-but your main… Read more »
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 »
As a 5th year architecture student at The University of Tennessee, I was nervous, but excited to begin my internship search and explore potential career opportunities. After my first phone interview with HBG’s Recruiter, Allison Graham, I had a Skype interview with some of HBG’s lead designers, Rob Lee, Craig Conrad and Thor Harland. Based… 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.