Smith Gee Studio seeks a Senior Designer   Recently updated !

Senior Architectural Designer – Community Architecture Focus | Smith Gee Studio Location: Nashville, TN

Smith Gee Studio (SGS) is seeking a licensed (or on path to licensure) Senior Designer with 5-8 years or more of related experience to join our top-notch team of passionate, creative, and fun people. SGS is seeking a candidate with a specific


PKM Architects are Hiring

PKM Architects is an award-winning architecture and planning firm based in Memphis, providing services nationally & internationally for over 50 years, with the majority of work concentrated around the Memphis metropolitan area and Southeast region. In partnership with its sister company, cnct development, PKM also provides project management, construction management, financial modelling, and real-estate development


2020 Design Award Recipients are…

Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Tennessee) celebrated the 2020 Design Awards during the AIA Tennessee’s Celebration of Architecture held on Friday, September 11. To salute excellence in architecture, AIA Tennessee conducts an annual Design Awards program. This program honors built works of distinction designed by AIA Tennessee


2020 Primary Election Update

 Last night’s election was a mixed bag of expected conclusions, surprise upsets and razor thin margins for open seats. Full results can be found here and a summary of some of the more notable races is below.

US Senate

In one of the most heated and negative primary campaigns in the country, former Economic


Virtual “State of the State”

AIA Tennessee’s Virtual “State of the State” May 20 and May 27

AIA TN’s 2020 President Bob Franklin and Executive Vice-President, Ashley Cates, will host AIA TN’s first ever virtual “State of the State” on two different occasions.

Join us to learn and hear from leaders about AIA TN’s 2020 initiatives and programs that are


Legislative Week in Review

111th Tennessee General Assembly Adjourns Sine Die

The 111th Tennessee General Assembly completed its final order of business for the year in the early morning hours of June 19th following a marathon through-the-night session that began at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, June 18. The final hours were marked with a spate of disagreements between parties and chambers, with