TWH is helping pave the way of virtual reality technology in Chattanooga. Check out the ChattanoogaTREND article!
The Cocke County Corrections Partnership recently toured a potential spec building being considered for renovation as a new jail. Citizen Tribune - Article Newport Plain Talk - Article
Friday, June 16th, MBI helped Monroe County officials break ground on their new $30 million justice center facility. This new facility is the most expensive project undertaken by the county government in its history. Check out the various news coverage! WBIR - Channel 10 The Advocate & Democrat
In only 10 days, MBI’s technologies team developed images for top Nokian Tyres executives to visualize their 800K square foot facility on vacant industrial land in Rhea County, Tennessee. Check out the article in the Times Free Press.
TWH/MBI Chattanooga raises $1,570 to help construct a new home for a Honduras family in need through the 2000 Hands Inc organization. It costs $3,000 to build a new home for the single mother and her five children. We were able to raise half of that amount for this family. Great job [...]
Check out the May/June issue of Design Cost Data magazine to read about our latest fire station facility in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
We’re proud to be a partner with the Miracle League of Chattanooga. We’re excited that construction is about to begin and look forward to seeing lots of area kids enjoying one of America’s best loved past times. It takes a team to build projects like these and we’re in great company. Special thanks to Chattanooga Downtown Rotary [...]
Michael Brady, AIA – Founder Eddie Jett, PE, SE – CEO Joe Ledford, PE – Principal of Industrial Services When he formed Mike Brady Inc. (MBI) 25 years ago, Mike Brady had no idea that his company would be involved in more than $6 billion in construction projects ranging [...]
Members of the Trussville City Schools board toured all three elementary schools on Monday. They viewed the construction progress at each facility and received an update from architects. Board member Sid McNeal said he was pleased with the projects and what they would mean for students in Trussville. “Trussville is taking its already excellent elementary [...]
A Knoxville-based architectural firm has acquired TWH Architects in Chattanooga to create one of East Tennessee's biggest architect and design companies, with nearly 100 employees, including personnel registered in all 50 states, to provide architecture, engineering, interiors and building information modeling services. Read more at the Times Free Press.