News & Events

Matt Veith joins MHAworks as a Senior Project Architect

September 17th, 2019

Matt Veith joins MHAworks as a Senior Project Architect with more than 10 years of experience in the field of architecture and design, with four years specifically related to project management. His technical design skills are backed by his knowledge of construction, building codes, a multidisciplinary understanding, and his strength in BIM coordination. Matt is […]

High Climate Tea Opens in Asheville

August 29th, 2019

MHAworks recently finished design and construction of High Climate Tea Company. Located in downtown Asheville at 12 South Lexington Avenue, the space was renovated from a former art gallery into a Chinese tea shop. In redesigning the space, the goals were to highlight the tea, and to provide a functional bar space for the owner […]

Kristen Hill Joins MHAworks as Administrative Assistant

August 23rd, 2019

Kristen joined MHAworks in August 2019. As our administrative assistant she will work alongside Office Manager Lauren Lambert to keep all day-to-day activities running smoothly. Kristen studied Music Education at Meredith College and over the past 10 years has gained experience in administrative and marketing work. On the weekends, Kristen enjoys spending time with her […]

Greenville Office Earns Historic Preservation Award

May 20th, 2019

MHAworks’s Greenville team was honored at a Greenville Historic Preservation Commission award ceremony alongside East Carolina University for their work for Restoration Excellence on the Proctor-Yongue House. The house was built in 1917 and has undergone extensive restoration. Members of the Greenville Historic Preservation Commission have been diligent to keep the city’s architectural heritage alive, […]

Eastowne Office Park Groundbreaking Ceremony

April 17th, 2019

On Tuesday, April 11, Chapel Hill and Orange County elected officials, UNC System executives, contractors, and designers met to ceremonially break ground on the Eastowne Medical Office Building. The building will be six stories, 150,000 square feet, and have easily navigable walkways friendly to bikers and public transportation users. The building will house cardiology, endocrinology, […]

Creedmoor Community Center Gets Renovation and Major Add-On

April 15th, 2019

Creedmoor, NC – Creedmoor Mayor Bobby Wheeler, Designers, Contractors, Architects, and several City of Creedmoor Chairs, Commissioners and other Community Members recently met to break ground on the soon-to-be-renovated Creedmoor Community Center. Plans for this facility include the renovation of the Senior Center portions of the building as well as the construction of a new […]

Jillian Marvill Joins MHAworks as an Interior Designer

April 2nd, 2019

Jillian Marvill recently joined the MHAworks Durham Team as an Interior Designer. She is a Chapel Hill native and a graduate of the Interior Design Program at East Carolina University. Upon graduating she worked for a small design firm that offered architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture services. There Jillian worked with a diverse array […]

Tanya De Leon Joins MHAworks as a Project Architect

April 1st, 2019

Recently Tanya De Leon joined MHAworks’ Asheville team as a Project Architect, coming from the West Coast with more than five years of experience in Architectural Design. She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Arts Education, and went on to achieve a Masters in Architecture from […]

Annie Zipper Joins MHAworks as Project Designer

February 15th, 2019

A native of Chapel Hill, Annie joined MHAworks as a Project Designer in early 2019. She designs and develops projects with an emphasis on team collaboration and client service. She has experience with healthcare, science, technology, and government projects, as well as corporate environments and exhibit design. She is a LEED Green Associate and an […]

MHAworks Appoints Brian Maxwell as New President

November 26th, 2018

MHAworks is excited to announce Brian Maxwell, RA, NCARB as its new President, effective immediately. Maxwell succeeds Michael J. Hining, former President and Founder, who will remain to oversee a seamless transition through the early stages of his presidency. “I have no doubt that Brian will be an excellent successor,” said Michael J. Hining. “He […]