TWH Architects and Michael Brady Inc. Merge

Ronny Rahn (MBI) and Vance Travis (TWH)

Ronny Rahn (MBI) and Vance Travis (TWH)

TWH Architects (TWH) recently merged with Michael Brady, Inc. (MBI) in Chattanooga to add to their growing company.  Founded in 1990, MBI is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee with additional offices in Chattanooga and Orlando, Florida.  With the addition of TWH, MBI Companies now employ approximately 100 employees with personnel registered in all 50 states providing full architecture, engineering, interiors and Building Information Modeling services.

TWH is one of Chattanooga’s best-known architectural firms in the region with projects ranging from the award winning Ocoee Whitewater Center, Battle Academy, UTC’s College of Business Administration, Chattanooga State’s Health Sciences and the Chattanooga City Hall.  TWH President Vance Travis will work closely with Ronny Rahn, MBI Principal and Chattanooga office leader, as the two offices join forces.

“We are excited about the merge,” said Eddie Jett, MBI CEO.  “This will expand our service capabilities in the greater Chattanooga area and help to better service our clients while keeping the TWH name.”

MBI has designed more than $6 billion in construction projects over the last 26 years.  They count among their clients the U.S. Department of Energy, UT/Battelle, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Pilot Oil, HGTV/Scripps Network, Kimberly Clark, University of Tennessee, Tennessee Board of Regents, ProNova Solutions, University of Tennessee Medical Center, as well as dozens of city and county governmental entities.

The company is located in the University Tower on East 4th Street in Chattanooga.