BMA projects win 2023 Orchid Awards

Two BarberMcMurry projects were recognized at Keep Knoxville Beautiful's 2023 Orchids Beautification Awards!

The Chiller at East Tennessee Children's Hospital won a New Architecture award while the Bill Haslam Center for Math & Science at Pellissippi State Community College won the Knox County Bright Spot award.

Other BMA projects nominated for awards were the We Bee-Long Hexagon Exhibit at the Muse Knoxville, the Orthopaedic Institute at UT Research Park at Cherokee Farm, and the Emergency Department renovation & expansion at East Tennessee Children's Hospital.

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!

Congratulations to Drew Newman!

Congratulations to Andrew Newman, AIA, LEED AP, who has been promoted to Associate!

Drew worked for BarberMcMurry from 2015-2017 and rejoined the firm in 2022. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the Maryville Institute of Art and his Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati.

He serves on the State of Tennessee BIM Committee and the Board of Directors of AIA East Tennessee. He is a member of Young Professionals of Knoxville and the Society for College and University Planning, and volunteers as a head coach for Farragut Baseball Inc. 

Drew is a core member of BarberMcMurry’s production management team, helping advance Building Information Modeling (BIM) project delivery methods and maximizing efficiencies. He has more than 10 years of experience in projects of all types, including office, healthcare and education spaces. 

He and his wife, Elizabeth, love to spend time traveling and with their three children: Beau, Bennett and June Ellen.

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