A full service design firm of engineers, architects and planners
Full Service Approach

At A2H our approach focuses on collaboration by bringing all architectural and engineering design disciplines under one roof. This puts an emphasis on coordinated designs that identify and correct potential issues early.

Latest Technology

A2H utilizes the latest in Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology by all design disciplines. This provides several advantages to our clients, including 3-D design visualization and pre-construction clash detection.

Broad Capabilities

Since 1986, A2H has provided solutions to regional and national clients across a range of public and private markets. With multiple offices across the Mid-South and design professionals licensed in over 35 states, A2H has more than just a regional reach.

Project Updates & Community Involvement

Congratulations to the City of Ripley and the City of Gates who were awarded a Community Development Block Grant of $525,000 and $333,260, respectively, from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. The CDBG program assists communities in addressing infrastructure issues, safety needs and downtown improvements. Ripley and Gates are utilizing the grants for

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Just Announced: Kellogg’s Facility in Jackson Kellogg’s is coming to West Tennessee! The multinational food manufacturing company is building a 1.1-million-square-foot warehouse facility in Jackson. This facility will be the largest in the history of Madison County. A2H will be managing land development and the civil engineering design for this 134-acre site. Read more about

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Are you a government entity? Check out Q&A below as a refresher course on the process of selecting architectural and engineering services for your next project. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION FOR PUBLIC PROJECTS AS DEFINED BY T.C.A. § 12-4-107(a) To what projects does T.C.A. § 12-4-107(a) apply? T.C.A. § 12-4-107 applies to all

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It’s been a long journey and we’re happy to share news about construction kicking off for the new Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi in Oxford. The groundbreaking ceremony was celebrated last month. Many A2H’s project members attended the milestone event including senior civil engineer Steve Brigance and landscape architect Andy Reynolds. The hospital will be over 602,000 square feet

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Here’s a look at the new Zambezi River Hippo Camp exhibit from a different angle. Thanks to Zellner Construction for the great aerial photo showing how the project is coming together. Also, thanks to Highground News for this informative article about the new exhibit. Go read it here → “Construction underway at Memphis Zoo on new

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Our architects have been hard at work on a renovation project for the historic Park Theatre in downtown McKenzie, TN. A2H is currently assisting the City of McKenzie with rehabilitating the interior of the theatre. The project is being funded with the help of a grant that will cover much of the cost. We recently

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Just Kicked Off: Macon Road Widening & Bridge Replacement We’re proud to announce that we’re working with Shelby County on the four-mile widening of Macon Road from Houston Levee to Berryhill. The road will be widened to four lanes with a turning lane and will provide direct access to the upcoming extension of the Shelby

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As we’ve grown into a full-service architectural and engineering design firm, we’ve also has been able to expand our services specific to industrial projects. Our special services include: Virtual Speculative Building Design Site Selection Accelerated Designs Design-Build Milan Industrial Park Our team of architects are assisting the City of Milan in developing a 3-D design of a customizable

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Thanks to our friends over at Aerial Innovations for this great new photo of Savannah’s Tennessee Street Park. With a project this large, there’s only one good way to show it off: from the air. Included below are some additional ground shots of the park as well. About Tennessee Street Park The Tennessee Street Park celebrates

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Pacific Industries held its ground breaking ceremony today to officially mark the beginning of construction on its new manufacturing plant in Jackson, TN. As the project’s architecture and engineering firm, A2H’s in-house multidisciplinary design team collaborated on an accelerated schedule with the construction bid taking place after only four weeks of design. Learn more about the groundbreaking here: Jackson

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As usual, the fine folks at the Memphis Health Center know how to celebrate. Tuesday saw a great crowd to mark the top out of construction. Guests included U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen, both Mayors Wharton and Lutrell, Memphis City Council members Harold Collins and Myron Lowery and Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich. A2H is proud

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As part of a design competition to shape the future of Shelby County’s stormwater permitting process, A2H’s landscape architects designed this conceptual low impact development. According to Memphis & Shelby County of Office of Sustainability, “Low Impact Development (LID) is a way to treat stormwater runoff in a way that mimics the natural hydrology of

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Congratulations to Youth Villages on the 2014 Ultimate 10K & 5K race. It was a rainy Saturday morning but that didn’t stop the runners from finishing! A2H sponsored the race and is a continued supporter of Youth Villages. Daniel Ashworth (pictured) from our landscape architecture team represented us in the 10K course. Congratulations to Daniel and all the runners!

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A2H developed the Master Plan for this new parks and trail project along an abandoned railroad bed in Dresden, Tennessee. The project objective was to transform the rail into a 10-foot wide multimodal pathway. This one-mile segment will serve as a linear connector from surrounding communities to the city’s multiple parks and recreational facilities including

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We’re proud to announce Danny McKee as our newest Senior Associate Principal. He will help lead our team’s business development efforts among public and private clients across Memphis and the Mid-South. “Danny will be a driving force as we continue to expand as a multidiscipline firm of architects, engineers and planners,” said Logan Meeks, partner and vice president.

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A2H is proud to say we worked with the Town of Atoka on designing this new playground at Nancy Lane Park. Funded with local dollars and a grant from the Tennessee Local Parks & Recreation Fund (LPRF) program, the playground offers more than 5,000 square feet of play surface and is the largest playground in

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The Levitt Shell offers over 50 free outdoor concerts each year as part of its commitment to hosting community building events centered around great music. A2H is a proud supporter of their efforts by sponsoring two performances each year. Take a moment to learn more about the Levitt Shell, view their upcoming calendar of events

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A2H is proud to be a part of the 50th Anniversary celebration of the University of Memphis’ Herff College of Engineering. A2H president Mark Askew, an U of M alumnus, served as Chairman of the Jubilee Committee. Several A2H employees who are alumni of the university were present at the reception, which was held last April at the Memphis

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Through the months of March and April we worked to support March of Dimes and their efforts to help moms have full-term pregnancies and research the problems that threaten the health of babies. Every day, thousands of babies are born too soon, too small and often very sick. Our team walked in the March for

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Happy Earth Day! Today is one of our favorite days of the year. We see it as day to appreciate the beauty of our planet and as a reminder to reflect on how our daily lives impact the world. Therefore, today seemed appropriate to discuss a project that not only promotes sustainability but reminds us

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We’re proud to announce that A2H will be assisting Memphis Bioworks with the Memphis Civic Solar project. As part of an in-kind donation we’re lending a hand with some of the initial engineering work for what will be one of the largest municipal solar projects in the nation! The project involves installing 1.5 Megawatts of

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