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Making life easier for our Industrial Clients!

January 5, 2017

Allen & Hoshall wants you to have peace of mind that all systems are good to go.  We are a full-service firm with over 100 years of experience and a long history providing building facility assessments, design, and construction services for industrial clients.  Our experience includes over 300 million Sq. Ft. of energy audits and […]

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Exclusive: Developers of Parkside project buy 55-acre site

Memphis Business Journal - December 27, 2016

Developers behind the proposed $200 million mixed-use project near Shelby Farms Park are a step closer to construction. The Parkside at Shelby Farms development group closed on its purchase of a roughly 55-acre tract of land on Mullins Station at Whitten Road for $4 million. “This will be a very positive impact on the area,” […]

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Book of List 2016-2017: #1 Engineering Firm and #6 LEED Professionals

Memphis Business Journal - December 23, 2016

Allen & Hoshall ranked #1 on the Engineering Firm List and #6 on the LEED Professionals List.  These rankings are based on the number of local full-time licensed professionals.

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First look at the new bridge

WMC Action News 5 - October 25, 2016

|CLICK HERE: To watch the Video| It’s a sneak peek at the new Harahan Bridge that provides a whole new way to cross the mighty Mississippi River. It’s the Big River Crossing on the 100 year old Harahan Bridge. An exclusive look from Chopper 5 shows The Big River Crossing, a one-mile boardwalk on the century […]

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8 Thoughts on Building Energy Consumption

October 21, 2016

ASHRAE defines three levels of energy audits. Although the defining line between the various levels is generally grey, the following summaries are a starting place for developing an audit scope of work for a particular project. Often times the audits build upon each other where the lower level audit will define what the more detailed […]

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TVA’s Allen Fossil Plant Going Natural

October 19, 2016

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is retiring the 55-year-old Thomas H. Allen Fossil Plant and replacing it with a cleaner natural gas plant to supply residents of Memphis with affordable reliable power, while at the same time reducing particulate matter in the air.  Major Thomas H. Allen was the founder of Allen & Hoshall and served as […]

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Methodist University Hospital Breaks Ground on $280 Million Expansion

Daily News - October 10, 2016

Methodist University Hospital Breaks Ground on $280 Million Expansion – Memphis Daily News With a row of hardhats and shovels arranged neatly in front of him, Dr. David Stern reflected Wednesday, Oct. 5, on the significance of the $280 million construction project underway nearby on the campus of Methodist University Hospital. “It’s too simplistic to […]

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Eight Things to consider before renovating your school

October 6, 2016

Allen & Hoshall has a long history providing planning, design, and construction services for the educational facilities.  An example of our experience includes the ongoing DeSoto County Schools Program which has consisted of more than $240,000,000 worth of construction over the past twenty years.  Our staff have extensive experience and understand renovations can be cumbersome. […]

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French firm puts electrical parts plant in West Memphis

The Commercial Appeal - September 30, 2016

Oklahoma-to-Memphis wind power transmission line is first customer Paris-based executive Rene Tabouret noticed during the first U.S. presidential debate that key topics included clean energy, the need to invest in large infrastructure projects and creation of American jobs. All those boxes are checked directly or indirectly by the plant his French company, Sediver, has nearly […]

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The Robert Cornforth Award for Outstanding Service

Press Release - September 20, 2016

Mike Sheridan, President of the Tennessee Structural Engineers Association (TNSEA) and Allen & Hoshall Principal Structural Engineer, represented TNSEA at the awards banquet during the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit Gala Dinner event at the Orlando Museum of Art. TNSEA’s Bob Paullus, Jr., PE, SE, SECB was the posthumous winner of the Robert Cornforth Award, for […]

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