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MHAworks is hiring an interior design summer intern in our Durham office for summer 2022. This is a paid internship and will require 25-30 hours per week. QUALIFICATIONS Currently enrolled in and have successfully completed a minimum of 3 years in a qualified interior design or interior architectural program at an accredited university Proficiency in […]
Intern architect Natalya Anissimova has earned the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL APTM) credential through the International WELL Building InstituteTM (IWBITM), placing her among a group of leading professionals who are dedicated to supporting human health and well-being in the built environment.
On November 3, the City of Asheville’s Planning and Zoning Commission voted in favor of the Collier Mixed-Use Development project, which will bring new opportunities for housing, retail, and dining to the South Slope District. This project will move forward with construction starting in mid to late 2022.
MHAworks scored a big win at the Asheville City Council meeting on August 24, resulting in the approval of the renovation and addition to the Four Points Hotel site. This project, called Four Points Mixed-Use, sits on the corner of Woodfin Street and Central Avenue and brings new opportunities for housing, retail, and dining in downtown Asheville.
This just in: ECU Health Sciences Campus Student Services Center achieved LEED Gold Certification by U.S. Green Building Council!
Welcome back to the team, Jennifer Turner! Jennifer is joining MHAworks as a Project Manager.
There are many ways to enhance safety through design in your community, but a great strategy to accomplish successful design is utilizing the Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) principles.
For nearly two of MHAworks’ three decades in business, Bill Gardner has played a key role in our firm’s development as Project Architect. Bill has been a valued member of our office family and will be greatly missed as he enters into retirement.
Last week, MHAworks was honored to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Bertie County Library and North Carolina Cooperative Extension office in Windsor, NC. Bertie County Commissioners, public officials, members of the design and construction team, and community residents gathered to celebrate and tour the new facility.
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.