Ed Tucker of Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. will be the featured speaker at the Friday, Oct. 26, Coffee & Conversation, sponsored by Community Trust Bank. Coffee & Conversation is a roundtable discussion that allows for questions and discussions about important local and regional businesses and organizations.
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 »»
In 2013 we received a Merit Award for Achievement in Architecture from AIA West Virginia for our work on the Robert C. Byrd Rural Health and Clinical Education Center for Marshall University. The project is located in Chapmanville, WV.
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 »»
In 2012, we received a Merit Award for Achievement in Architecture – Preservation from the American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter for our work on the restoration of Capital Centre in Huntington, WV.
In 2011 we received a Merit Award for Achievement in Architecture from the American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter for our work on the Huntington Museum of Art – Isabelle Gwynn and Robert Daine Gallery Addition in Huntington, West Virginia.
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.
Project Architect Phoebe Patton Randolph was appointed to a 3 year term as a member of the KYOVA Interstate Planning Commission by the Cabell County Commission on March 4, 2011.
To commemorate the firm’s 100 year milestone, Edward Tucker Architects hosted a party on December 9, 2010 for clients, associates, staff and family as a kick-off to the holiday season. Held at Huntington’s Kitchen in the downtown Pullman Square district, notable commissions of the firm’s work were on display as well as story boards of… Read More »»
In 2010, we received an Honor Award for Achievement in Architecture from the American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter for our work on the Marshall University – Forensic Science Center in Huntington, West Virginia.