Airport posts increases in flights, seats and passengers in 2018

Daily Memphian - January 25, 2019

Memphis International Airport’s passenger operation grew in every key metric in 2018 for the first time since Delta Air Lines withdrew hub status, airport chief Scott Brockman said Thursday. The airport posted increases in passengers served, 5.4 percent, seats on planes, 3.4 percent, and flights, 3.2 percent, Brockman said during his annual state of the […]

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Building Memphis 2019 finalists announced

January 8, 2019

How do you measure a city’s progress? One main gauge is by its built environment. Each year, as part of the Building Memphis awards, Memphis Business Journal honors the latest developments transforming the Mid-South community as well as the people who look at a blighted building or a piece of land and see its potential. The 2019 […]

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LD+A Magazine | January 2019 - January 1, 2019

Why lighting? Because lighting has the ability to take a project from good to great and it plays such a pivotal role in the aesthetic and the functionality of a building. Lighting grabs your attention and without effective lighting, even the most beautiful architectural work falls short of its fullest potential. Lighting allows me to […]

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FedEx Express files $15M building permit

Daily Memphian - December 26, 2018

The permit calls for “site demolition, underground utilities, footing and foundations” at 2777 Sprankel Ave., and lists ANF as the architect and Allen & Hoshall as the engineer. During a conference call earlier this month, FedEx lowered its earnings forecast for the fiscal year, citing economic weakness in Europe and Asia, and said it won’t […]

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NCSEA awards Young Member Scholarships

August 17, 2018

Each year NCSEA awards Young Member Scholarships for the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit.  The scholarship competition is open to any current member of an NCSEA Member Organization who is under the age of 36. Congratulations to Allen & Hoshall’s Christopher Smith and the 2018 Scholarship Recipients: Christopher Smith is a Structural Engineer with Allen & Hoshall and is […]

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Fairgrounds Redevelopment Plans Move Forward

City of Memphis Website - July 10, 2018

A 185,000-square foot indoor sports complex will be the centerpiece of a planned $95-100 million phase of development at the former Mid-South Fairgrounds in a plan presented today by the Division of Housing & Community Development to the City Council. The proposed phase also includes an improved Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, a new outdoor track […]

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Several designs chosen in Beale Street’s Handy Park challenge

Memphis Business Journal - June 29, 2018

Redesigning Beale Street’s Handy Park is going to be a collaborative endeavor. Designs from several firms, including Kimley-Horn and Brg3s and Designshop, were selected after public input and review. “I’m excited about seeing how several of these designs could work together,” said Jon Shivers, director of Beale Street. “Beale is the most iconic street in the world; it […]

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Firm Uses Video Game Engine to Help Clients Better Understand Their Projects

The Daily News - June 25, 2018

Almost anyone who spends time around young children is probably familiar with Minecraft, the popular game where users can create sometimes mythic pixelated worlds one square block at a time. The game’s graphics are very similar to the Playstation psx roms that many may be familiar with and the game is similarly as simple. But […]

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Parkside at Shelby Farms seeks $96.4 million for public improvement, including parkway

Commercial Appeal - June 22, 2018

Developers of the massive Parkside at Shelby Farms next week will start asking local government bodies for $96.4 million in tax-increment financing to help pay for Shelby Farms Parkway and other public improvements. That money would be part of the $172.4 million in extra property tax revenue developers expect the mixed-use project to generate over […]

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Bridge To Everywhere / El Puentea Todos Partes

Landscape Architecture Magazine | The Magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects - May 1, 2018

The Harahan Bridge, which crosses the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tennessee, opened in 1916. Down its center ran railroad tracks. Cantilevered off each side was a 14-foot-wide wagonway for cars, trucks, horse carts, and pedestrians. This bridge is what’s called a through truss, with a latticelike steel superstructure like something from a giant Erector Set. […]

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