The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Fellowship is the highest honor the AIA can bestow upon its members and recognizes those architects who have made significant contributions to the profession. Only three percent of all AIA members have been recognized as Fellows and only eight West Virginians have ever received this honor. Edward Tucker is the… Read More »»
At an event at the West Virginia Culture Center in Charleston on November 17, 2015, Principal Phoebe Patton Randolph was recognized as a member of the 2016 class of Young Guns by West Virginia Executive Magazine. “West Virginia Executive is proud to present another exceptional class of leaders from around our great state,” says Kensie… Read More »»
In April of 2015, Edward Tucker Architects was recognized for excellence in architecture and historic preservation by AIA West Virginia. The Marshall University Visual Arts Center was awarded the highest honor award by a jury assembled by guest jury chair Rob Pfaffmann, of Pittsburgh-based Pfaffmann and Associates. The firm was also honored with a merit award for… Read More »»
On November 13, 2014 we celebrated our first holiday open house in our newly renovated studio at 1401 Sixth Avenue. The evening was highlighted by Ed’s announcement that Nathan Randolph and Phoebe Patton Randolph were being promoted to principals in the firm, a measure meant to ensure the endurance of the firm for years to come. Guests… Read More »»
Architects Nathan Randolph and Phoebe Patton Randolph worked with the West Virginia Abandoned Property Coalition in the the organization of the 2014 WV BAD (Blighted, Abandoned and Dilapidated) Buildings Summit. The event was modeled after the Center for Community Progress’ Community Progress Leadership Institute that Patton Randolph attended in 2013. Representatives from the Center for Community… Read More »»
Ed Tucker was selected as one of twenty-one successful CEO’s in West Virginia by the Department of Commerce. Find the story at www.businessatthespeedoflife.com. “What I tell a lot of our clients is that all things being equal, we hope that you hire a firm in West Virginia, recognizing that it’s good for business,” he says…. Read More »»
At the age of 32, Project Architect Phoebe Patton Randolph was honored as one of West Virginia’s up and coming leaders when she was selected as one of The State Journal’s Generation Next – 40 under 40 in 2011.