Houston Middle School Addition Ribbon Cutting

What better way to start the new year than to have ribbon cutting! The state-of-the-art addition to Houston Middle School is officially open and ready for students. Beyond the actual ribbon cutting, students, staff, and families got to enjoy a full tour of the new spaces. Everyone at A2H is so proud of this project […]

Astoria Square Ground Breaking

It was a breezy fall day for the official ground breaking ceremony on this new $150 Million mixed-use community coming soon in Millington, Tennessee. A wide range of local and county dignitaries were present to kick off the beginning of construction on this game changing mixed-use project. Special thanks to the Millington Area Chamber of […]

University of Memphis STEM Research & Classroom Building Ground Breaking

Today was a beautiful fall day for the official ground breaking on the new STEM Research and Classroom Building at the University of Memphis Herff College of Engineering. A2H is beyond thrilled to be the lead architect and engineer for this project. This project holds a special place in our hearts as a Memphis based […]

Memphis Cycle Shop Construction Update

Here’s a little construction progress update to start your week. The Memphis Cycle Shop building is making real progress. This historic building is being brought back to life as just the latest of many revitalization projects in the Edge District. We’re excited to be working with Chestnut Funds, Development Services Group, and Montgomery Martin Contractors on this challenging […]

National Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame

It’s not everyday our work gets national exposure. We’re excited to be leading the planning and design of this new interactive experience coming to Marks, Mississippi. Read More about it at NPR.org: Why the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame is headed to this small Mississippi Delta townhttps://www.npr.org/2022/08/24/1119188357/why-the-rhythm-and-blues-hall-of-fame-is-headed-to-this-small-mississippi-delta-

A2H in the News: Regional One Assessment

One of A2H’s projects was recently mentioned in the local news: our work assisting Regional One Health with the assessment and recommendations for multiple buildings on campus. A2H lead this assessment project to help Regional One better highlight their needs for future capital improvements as they continue their vital work serving the entire Mid-South as […]

Methodist Olive Branch MOB Construction Update

Construction is well underway for this ground up new 25,000 SF Medical Office Building in front of Methodist Olive Branch Hospital. Once complete, the building will hold a wide variety of providers to enhance the offerings conveniently adjacent to the hospital. This multi-tenant building is planned to include a Gastroenterology Clinic, Cardiologist, OB/GYN Clinic, and […]

Houston Middle School Addition Underway

A2H is currently bidding its third major capital improvement project with the newly formed Germantown Municipal School District. Following the expansion of Riverdale School and completion of the new Forest Hill Elementary School, our team began designing a major addition to Houston Middle School. The new addition, which will be constructed on the northwest corner […]

A2H Selected to work with Town Creek Water Management in Tupelo, MS

The Town Creek Water Management District in Tupelo, Mississippi selected A2H to assess and make recommendations to improve the district’s existing floodwater infrastructure. The team will the assess necessary upgrades and estimate current and future costs of maintenance, improvement, and operation of the system.

Four A2H Clients Awarded CDBG Funding for Projects in FY2020

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Department of Economic and Community Development recently approved more than $27.6 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to assist small- and medium-sized communities with infrastructure improvements, housing rehabilitations, and health and safety initiatives. Each year, our firm assists counties and municipalities in planning, securing, and utilizing grant funding […]