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Congrats to Melanie Dover Goodson for passing her WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) exam!
MHAworks is pleased to announce that the Chapel Hill Town Council unanimously approved the Conditional Zoning application for the Homestead Gardens housing development on Town-owned land at 2200 Homestead Road.
As our presence in Western North Carolina grows, we are excited to announce that our Asheville office has gained a new co-director. Eric Howell, an expert designer and experienced project manager, has taken on this new role to further support development in the community he has served for nearly two decades.
The expansion of this award-winning treatment model to Winston-Salem was celebrated through a ground-breaking ceremony at the Triad campus on Friday, April 30.
On a warm and sunny day in April, the Creedmoor Community Center opened its doors to the public, marking a new era for the city to better serve its community. As the architect of record, MHAworks was invited to celebrate the occasion through a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
We are excited to welcome Katie Stephens to MHAworks! Since graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2018 with a degree in graphic design, she has gained valuable experience marketing for companies in the A/E/C industry.
This month, MHAworks celebrated the completion of the Pine Wing expansion project for the SECU Family House in Chapel Hill with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The ceremony, hosted by the SECU Family House, UNC Hospitals, SECU Foundation, and the Town of Chapel Hill, gave special recognition to MHAworks for the design of the three-story addition.
Those visiting their loved ones at High Point Medical Center will soon experience the timeless elegance of the newly renovated lobby of the visitor’s entrance. Upon arrival of the hospital, guests will step into a timeless lobby and waiting area complete with comfortable seating, elegant light fixtures, a grand piano, and convenient charging stations.
Strong and creative women make up more than half of our firm—a full 64% if we want to be specific. We are fortunate to celebrate each of their accomplishments every day, but we would not be where we are today without the leaders that paved the path to success. The following featured women are notable architects in North Carolina that made massive impacts on women’s success in the field of architecture.
Shortly after joining our Greenville team as Senior Project Architect, Fernando Zabala has taken additional steps to make a positive contribution to his new home by joining the City’s Community Appearance Commission (CAC).