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Edward Tucker Contributes 9/11 Monument Design

September 11, 2018

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 »»

ETA to be Featured in Huntington Quarterly

August 24, 2018

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

Patton Randolph joins HADCO Board of Directors

July 20, 2018

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 »»

Edward Tucker Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

March 13, 2018

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 »»

Patton Randolph elected as president of AIA West Virginia

March 18, 2016

Principal Phoebe Patton Randolph was installed as President of the American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter, at the organization’s chapter meeting on March 4, 2016.  She is the first female to serve as president in the organization’s 94 year history, and follows in the footsteps of firm founder Ed Tucker, who served as President… Read More »»

Patton Randolph elected as President of AIA West Virginia

March 4, 2016

Principal Phoebe Patton Randolph was installed as President of the American Institute of Architects, West Virginia Chapter, at the organization’s chapter meeting on March 4, 2016.  She is the first female to serve as president in the organization’s 94 year history, and follows in the footsteps of firm founder Ed Tucker, who served as President… Read More »»

Randolph completes Leadership West Virginia

November 24, 2015

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 »»

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Patton Randolph honored as a WV Executive Young Gun 2016

November 24, 2015

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 Tucker Architects Wins Top Design Award

April 20, 2015

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 »»