If you walk into the office, there’s a good chance you’ll hear Robert on the phone discussing architectural issues with clients. After all, his job as project coordinator revolves around catching problems or special circumstances within municipalities prior to construction.
The highly competitive hospitality industry is always looking for the latest innovative ideas to keep them winning in the struggle to keep guests happy. Although a hotel’s services and amenities are still important, what’s becoming even more important is the hotel’s ambiance—or how it makes guests feel.
There’s never a dull day at the office for our Director of Architecture, Tom Morgan, whether it’s researching code issues for job sites or providing assistance to the project coordinators.
As a young adolescent willing to grab each and every passing opportunity, Dennis quickly discovered he had a proclivity for architecture through a vocational program at his high school. At just 17 years old, Dennis spent four hours each afternoon with a drafting board, honing his craft.
Prior to MRP Design Group’s most recent hotel project, Homewood Suites by Hilton in Augusta, we worked closely with the owners of the four-story hotel to understand precisely how they envisioned the quintessential guest experience.
Since its inception in 1984, Culver’s quickly became a household name throughout the Midwest, spreading its roots across every corner of the U.S. Boasting a reputation for “butcher quality beef” and “real Wisconsin cheese,” Culver’s has surpassed most of its competition, ranking as the nation’s second-favorite burger chain according to Restaurant Business. As is universal…
Meeting prospective clients and walking them through the sometimes daunting A&E process is one of Clay’s strengths and a highlight of his job.
In the fast-paced food service industry, restaurants are born, and then they die, sometimes at lightning speed. The savvy entrepreneur wanting to open a new eatery faces an uphill battle. According to one study, 60 percent of restaurants close or change ownership within the first year of business, and 80 percent fail within five years….
Mustang Project: July 2017 My 1967 Mustang has been going through the fairly slow process of being pieced back together and several changes to the old equipment are happening. The old, tired 289 motor has been replaced by a custom 302 built by Twister Engines in Alpharetta, GA. Gary Grimes did a masterful job building…