LEED Charrette – Pigeon Forge Fire Hall #2

We are providing LEED consulting services to the City of Pigeon Forge for their new Fire Hall, and are making progress through LEED charrettes. A LEED charrette is typically an afternoon-long meeting, occurring at least twice during the design phases, where design professionals, client and building users, public officials and even community leaders and citizens… Read more »

134th Air Refueling Wing starts construction

In October, the Tennessee Air National Guard broke ground on a new squadron operations building at its McGhee Tyson base, home to the 134th Air Refueling Wing.  Elizabeth Eason Architecture is serving as LEED Consultant on the project. The building will house rooms for flight crew and intelligence briefings, a flight safety office, flight planning… Read more »

Rock on the job site

  The contractor encountered a lot of rock on our Blueberry Ridge Senior Housing site. Like the saying about making lemonade from lemons, we found a good use for some of the rock. Our Landscape Architect from Hedstrom Design is selecting the best rocks to be used as landscape features. We’ll post more pictures when… Read more »

Senior Housing under construction

Our senior housing project for Knox Housing Partnership is under construction. We are anticipating LEED certification once complete. Stay tuned for more construction photos as the work progresses.

Open House for ETCDC tour

In June, we opened our office for the East TN Community Design Center 500 block tour of lofts and businesses. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Design Center and always lots of fun. Both the second and third floor spaces, designed by Elizabeth Eason Architecture, were open for the evening. The office of CRJA… Read more »

Lark & Dave

We miss you Lark! Lark recently left Elizabeth Eason Architecture to begin a new adventure in Kentucky. She is recently engaged, and planning for their wedding. She and her fiancé Dave just bought a house and are doing some minor renovations, like refinishing the floors and painting, before they move in. We wish Lark and… Read more »

Race Against Racism

Andrew Godwin and Matthew Kellogg participated in the Race Against Racism in Knoxville last weekend and they placed 2nd and 3rd in their age category. Apparently they were also the 2nd and 3rd beards to cross the finish line! The YWCA’s Race Against Racism is designed to raise awareness about the racism that still exists… Read more »

Air National Guard breaks ground for new LEED facility

The Tennessee Air National Guard hosted a ground breaking ceremony on Sept. 1 to commemorate the start of construction on a new installation for the 241st Engineering Installation Squadron. Elizabeth Eason Architecture is serving as LEED Consultant on the project. The new installation, on the 6500 Block of Bonny Oakes Drive in Chattanooga, will be… Read more »

Knox Heritage honors EEA

Three homes designed by Elizabeth Eason Architecture received a Knox Heritage award. The homes 1007, 1011, and 1015 Knoxville College Drive received the Knox Heritage Preservation Award in the Compatible New Construction category. The awards are presented each November to noted historic preservation projects or historic properties in our community. A panel, comprised of Knox… Read more »