13 Mar 2021

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Suzanne Moubray

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Suzanne Moubray

Suzanne Moubray | Accountant   “Would like to see more women in leadership positions—foremen, superintendents, and project managers.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? It has more to do with the company than with the type of business for me. As an accountant, my job is basically the same where ever […]

12 Mar 2021

Women in Construction Week 2021 – Cece Smeriglio

Women in Construction Week 2021 – Cece Smeriglio

Cece Smeriglio | Office Manager   “You must prove yourself in any position, but male-dominated jobs can be especially difficult.  The men assume you don’t know what’s what.  So, the best way is to overcome prejudice is by doing the job better.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? Watching a project […]

11 Mar 2021

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Megan Jackson

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Megan Jackson

Megan Jackson | Carpenter   “[My favorite part of working in construction is] working with my hands and being able to drive by a finished project and say ‘I built that’.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? Working with my hands and being able to drive by a finished project and […]

10 Mar 2021

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Pam Haney

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Pam Haney

Pam Haney | General Superindent & Safety Director   “I’ve been told to leave job sites because workers assumed I wasn’t supposed to be there. It can be daunting to go to a job site and be the only woman, but once the men working see you know what you are talking about, they recognize […]

9 Mar 2021

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Suzie Bennett

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Suzie Bennett

Suzie Bennett | Project Administrator   “Women have so much to offer construction. They have a keen eye for the tiny details and are generally very organized. I would love to see more women strive to become leaders in the construction industry.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? Watching projects come […]

8 Mar 2021

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Shawn Woody

Women In Construction Week 2021 – Shawn Woody

Shawn Woody | Assistant Project Manager   “This industry can be perceived as a “man-only world”. It takes a confident woman to work in the construction industry.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? Working with the team to see the ideas and dreams of an owner come to fruition.   Are […]

7 Mar 2021

Women in Construction Week 2021 – Andrea N. McCoy Garrett

Women in Construction Week 2021 – Andrea N. McCoy Garrett

Andrea N. McCoy Garrett | Staff Accountant   “I would love to see more women in the industry at every level.”   What is your favorite part about working in construction? My “most’ favorite is knowing beautiful things are being built and the opportunity to see them.   Are there any obstacles you’ve had to […]

12 Feb 2021

29 Black Professionals of the Built Environment You Should Know | Black History Month 2021

29 Black Professionals of the Built Environment You Should Know  |  Black History Month 2021

Celebrate Black History Month by diving into the stories of these 29 individuals who helped shape the American built environment and left (or are currently leaving) their lasting mark on history.  

15 Jan 2021

Fighting Systemic Racism with Dr. Selena Cozart

  Martin Horn is excited to announce that Selena Cozart, Ph.D. will be guiding the team as a diversity consultant. Dr. Cozart is a Philadelphia native and has called Charlottesville home since completing three degrees at the University of Virginia. These include, a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching, and a Ph.D. in Educational Evaluation. […]

25 Sep 2020

Making a Difference | Virginia Institute of Autism

Making a Difference | Virginia Institute of Autism

Martin Horn is proud to be a part of an exciting project for a local nonprofit that supports people living with autism in the Charlottesville community. We are renovating the Virginia Institute of Autism facility and will be expanding it in the spring. This newer, larger facility will house high school and adult programs in an […]