Thursday June 14, 2018, AIA Birmingham hosted their Annual Design Awards at Saturn Birmingham. MBA was honored to be a part of several different teams recognized that evening, including the winning team for the Mayor’s Choice Award for Tuggle K-5 Elementary School. You can see the full list of those winners here.
Last Tuesday, we had the privilege of speaking at the January meeting for the Birmingham Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). This particular chapter meeting was expanded to include a total of three hours of continuing education and seven exhibitors, all with a focus on designing structures using wood and timber materials. Engineer and Associate Jason Partain, presented “Wood Design: What your Structural Engineer Wants You to Know” at the event. In his presentation,… Read more
Happy Monday, Readers! We hope you are all caught up on previous Meet MBA Monday posts. Today is an exciting Meet MBA Monday because we are introducing you to one of our new members in the Civil Department featuring Civil Designer, Chance Bridges. ONE: If you could master one craft, what would it be? Why master one when you can master them all? For real though, probably audio engineering. TWO: What is the coolest thing you own?… Read more
We are winding down on our Meet MBA Monday posts and we hope you have enjoyed these so far. Today we are highlighting outdoors-man and Structural Engineer, Jamieson Matthews. ONE: If you could master one craft, what would it be? Painting landscapes like Bob Ross TWO: If you could play a role in a television show or movie, who would it be? Han Solo from Star Wars THREE: Who is your hero? My grandfather, Pop FOUR: Where is… Read more
It is a beautiful day here in Birmingham and today is Meet MBA Monday! We are featuring another member of the Civil Department and our local kombucha brewmaster, Principal Engineer Cale Smith. ONE: What is the coolest thing you own? A record player. Or, all of Dwight Gooden’s baseball cards. But, most of my friends don’t know Dwight Gooden. Nor do they know about records. Maybe I should get new friends. TWO: If you could have any… Read more
The University of Alabama at Birmingham broke ground on a new $39.5 million Arts and Sciences Building on Sept. 19, 2017. We are ecstatic to be working with Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood Inc. on this project and to see UAB’s continuous growth. You can check out the entire article here.
Meet MBA Monday had a bad case of the “Mondays” yesterday! We apologize for not posting yesterday but now we are up and running. Today’s feature is the first Civil Department highlight. Introducing Civil Designer, Mitchell Anderson. ONE: If you could master one craft, what would it be? Witchcraft would be pretty useful TWO: If you could have any profession, other than your own, what would it be? Professional Brewery Sampler THREE: If you could… Read more
Do you have a case of the “Mondays” today? Have no fear, Meet MBA Monday is here! Today we introduce to you Structural Engineer, Mark Boger. ONE: If you could have any profession, other than your own, what would it be? I would probably choose to be a doctor. I come from a medical family- my dad’s a doctor of internal medicine, my mom’s an RN, and my sister’s a pediatrician. I hate to see anyone… Read more
This Tuesday definitely feels like a Monday around here! We hope you all had a safe and relaxing Labor Day weekend. Since yesterday was a holiday we are treating today like it’s Meet MBA Monday. Today we are highlighting Revit Technician/Project Engineer, Tim Stone. ONE: What is the coolest thing you own? I think my house is the coolest thing I own. TWO: If you could have any profession, other than your own, what would it… Read more
Birmingham is buzzing with excitement over the eclipse and it is such a cool way to start off the new work week! We celebrate today’s historical event with a new Meet MBA Monday featuring support staff member and coffee enthusiast, Receptionist Kelsey Paris. ONE: What is the coolest thing you own? I don’t own it yet, but I have my eye on a turquoise ring my mom has had since she was 14 years old…. Read more