ETA’s staff was honored to talk about why they have chosen to live and work in Huntington, and what it means to give back to their community. Click here to watch the video.
Local resident and FEMA volunteer, Tom Bowen, contributed hundreds of hours clearing the World Trade Center 9/11 site. In his honor, Huntington, West Virginia was designated to receive the last remnant-artifact carried out of the WTC site: two railroad rails twisted from the weight of the wreckage at the lowest level of the subway/train station…. Read More »»
Principal Nate Randolph celebrated his graduation from the Leadership West Virginia Class of 2015 on November 18th at a celebration at the West Virginia Cultural Center. “Now in its 24th year, this statewide education and leadership development program in West Virginia works to develop and motivate a cross-section of leaders who will use their talents… 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 »»
Edward W. Tucker, Founding Principal of Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. has been appointed by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to serve on the West Virginia State Board of Architects for a three year term. The Board of Architects was established to safeguard the life, health, property and public welfare of the people of this state and… 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 »»
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.
Project Architect Nathan Randolph was elected to the City of Huntington City Council, and began his term in January 2009. Randolph is representing the Fifth District in Huntington.
Phoebe Patton Randolph, AIA was asked to participate on two panels at the Create WV Conference held October 20-22, 2008 at Snowshoe Mountain Resort. Ms. Randolph is a member of the Livable Communities Committee of the West Virginia Chapter of the AIA, and the Co-Chair of the Citizen Engagement Committee of Create Huntington.
In April of 2008 Nathan Randolph, AIA was appointed by Mayor David Felinton for a six year term as Secretary of HURA, the Huntington Urban Renewal Authority.