Exciting to see the new Marshall University School of Pharmacy building shaping up!
ETA firm principal Phoebe Patton Randolph will be participating in a panel discussion of business leaders at the Women’s Caucus for Leadership this Friday at 11:45 in the room above Huntington’s Kitchen. Contact Gretchen.Wray@arthursent.com to RSVP!
Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. is searching for a full-time Architect or license-track graduate who shares our passion for design to join our team in Huntington, West Virginia. We are searching for applicants to further our pursuit to provide exceptional design and service to a diverse range of clients and project types that include health care, higher education, research laboratories, K-12, libraries, museums, and renovation/adaptive reuse.
Our firm culture is based around empowering our architects and designers to design and manage projects to their highest level, thereby providing incredible service to our clients. Our repeat clientele speaks to our success on that front. We have very low employee turnover and our studio is in a beautifully renovated mid-century building, located in… Read More »»
The Health Plan announced last week that it has agreed to sponsor the renovation of our playground and courtyard at Project Hope for Women & Children. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come during Spring 2019.
Nathan Randolph, AIA, Principal of Edward Tucker Architects, Inc., will be the featured speaker at the Huntington Chamber’s “Coffee & Conversation” series sponsored by Community Trust Bank, on Friday, Oct 5 at 8:30 a.m. at the Cabell-Huntington CVB. To RSVP call the Chamber at 304.525.5131.
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 »»
Thanks to our friends at Huntington Quarterly for the great piece on our firm! We are so grateful to be part of the Huntington community. https://www.huntingtonquarterly.com/a…/issue102/edtucker.php
Firm principal Phoebe Patton Randolph, AIA, was invited to join the HADCO Board of Directors in 2018. Regarding the position, Patton Randolph said, “I am honored to join this esteemed group of community leaders and excited about the opportunity to learn more about HADCO’s work to create jobs and improve our regional economy.” Click here… Read More »»