Martin Horn, Construction Manager of the UVa Baseball Stadium Expansion Project, is working hard to create this state-of-the-art facility for the National Champions and hometown team, the Virginia Cavaliers. This video shows progress as of 08.19.17. We are looking forward to completing construction in February 2018. Go Hoos!
On April 18, 2017, the University of Virginia hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Clemons Library solar roof project, done by Martin Horn. Governor Terry McAuliffe thanked Martin Horn and Sun Tribe Solar for supporting sustainability through their involvement. Multiple media outlets and elected officials attended the event. The ceremony was part of the UVa Earth […]
C&O Row – the new way to live downtown. We are so excited to be apart of this unique opportunity. This development is like no other offered in downtown Charlottesville. Just steps from the heart of downtown, C&O Row offers Charlottesville residents beautiful, innovative, detached single-family homes. Learn more at the C&O Row website.
Via: UVAToday Katie McNally, firstname.lastname@example.org | Dan Addison, email@example.com In February, the National Venture Capital Association named Charlottesville the fastest-growing venture capital ecosystem in the United States . The University of Virginia’s Licensing & Ventures Group is sitting in the heart of that trend with a new headquarters at the crossroads of UVA’s research facilities and Charlottesville’s burgeoning […]
The pace of the construction world is steadily increasing. Texts and emails have replaced faxes, while phone calls and voice mail have supplanted face-to-face discussions. Efficient as it is, electronic communication can be misunderstood by the recipient and wrong information can be transmitted resulting in a loss of real connection. The remedy is not to […]
Charles Hendricks from The Gaines Group led a group of 15 visiting French students on a tour of green building design in Charlottesville. These students, many of them still in high school and a few beginning their first years at university, are exploring construction, architecture, engineering and interior design to decide which focus they will […]
This past Saturday, the Shelter for Help in Emergency held their annual 5K Run/Walk for Shelter, a foot race aimed at fundraising and raising community awareness about domestic violence. Shelter for Help in Emergency provides services to women and children who are victims of domestic violence. We support the work of the shelter: our own […]
Martin Horn is currently showcasing “Home,” an art piece by Richmond artist, Matt Lively, which was recently won at auction to benefit Virginia Supportive Housing and Art On Wheels. Until it can be installed in a more permanent location, “Home” can be viewed in the Martin Horn lobby and is open to the public. Please stop […]
With the help of Altenergy, we installed a grid-tied solar photovoltaic alternative energy system on the roof of our office headquarters. This 82-panel system provides power to charge the company’s Nissan Leaf as well as provide electric energy for the entire office. If you’re in the Belmont area, our charging station is free to the […]