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City of Vicksburg to seek up to $200 million in federal funds to upgrade natural gas lines

The Vicksburg Post - June 6, 2022

The Vicksburg Board of Mayor and Aldermen is taking steps to get a U.S. Department of Transportation grant that could provide the city with up to $200 million to upgrade its natural gas lines. The board on Monday approved an agreement with Allen & Hoshall engineers to assist with the grant application, which engineer representative […]

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Chattanooga Airport eyes bids on biggest terminal makeover in three decades

Chattanooga Times Free Press - December 6, 2021

Chattanooga Airport eyes bids on biggest terminal makeover in three decades Chattanooga Airport officials plan to open construction bids potentially before year’s end in a key move that may clear the way to the most extensive revamp to the passenger terminal since the 1990s. Staff file photo / Travelers wait at the baggage claim area […]

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DeSoto County Schools adding classrooms to address continued growth

Daily Memphian - December 4, 2021

DeSoto County Schools adding classrooms to address continued growth The footprint of DeSoto County Schools will grow again after officials voted this week to build 10 more classrooms and expand cafeteria capacity at DeSoto Central Middle School. The work is part of other construction at a total of four schools designed to handle growth in […]

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AIA Memphis Celebrates Architecture Month with its Annual Design Awards Gala

November 1, 2021

On Saturday evening, October 16, 2021, The American Institute of Architects (AIA), Memphis Chapter, awarded firms and individuals from its 18-county territory for their work and accomplishments over the past year.  A record-breaking 56 entries were received, each vying for the coveted cover shot of folio 2022, The Annual of AIA Memphis, due out in […]

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New West Memphis library could spur business along Broadway

The Daily Memphian - March 19, 2021

West Memphis on Thursday, March 18, officially opened its new library, celebrating the building’s location as well as its airy, sunlit architecture, courtyard, plazas, and ample community spaces. The city put the 14,400-square-foot West Memphis Public Library and Innovation Center up to the sidewalk at 500 E. Broadway, one of the town’s main commercial corridors. […]

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ACEC recognizes Methodist University Hospital’s Shorb Tower

January 12, 2021

The new Shorb Tower at Methodist University Hospital was honored at the 2020 Engineering Excellence Awards, hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies. The national award recognized the project’s structural system, designed by Allen & Hoshall. The Shorb Tower project is a nine-story, 450,000 square-foot facility and is part of the hospital’s $275 million […]

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Firehouse Station Design Awards

November 20, 2020

RENOVATIONS BRONZE: Winchester Fire Station #1 – Winchester, TN Allen & Hoshall was retained by the town of Winchester to provide architectural and engineering services to renovate an existing 11,900-square-foot building for the design of a functional 21st-century main fire station. The building was constructed in 1964 as an automotive sales and service dealership. In […]

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Chattanooga Airport general aviation center No. 1 in U.S.

Chattanooga Times Free Press - May 1, 2020

Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport’s general aviation center operated by Wilson Air has landed the No. 1 ranking in the country for the first time. The Wilson Air Center site, located across the main runway from the commercial passenger terminal, was chosen based on feedback from nearly 1,000 pilots in a survey by Professional Pilot Magazine. The […]

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West Memphis breaks ground on new library

August 19, 2019

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – West Memphis leaders broke ground a new multi-million dollar public library Monday morning. The new library, which is being built at North 4th and East Broadway Boulevard, will be the first civic building in the city in decades. Like many people in West Memphis, Rebecca Bledsoe remembers trips to the library […]

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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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