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 […]

26 Aug 2020

Meet The New Martin Horn Hires

Meet The New Martin Horn Hires

Meet the new members of the Martin Horn team! About: Having completed over 23 years in the Navy, Andrea is no stranger to hard work. At Martin Horn, Andrea currently spends her days working with the accounting department. When Andrea isn’t assisting in financial procedures, she is pursuing her master’s degree of Science in Information […]

14 Jul 2020

Internship Spotlight | Andrew Kosenko

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Internship Spotlight | Andrew Kosenko

Andrew is from Virginia Tech’s Myers-Lawson School of Construction. He was a welcome addition to our field team last Summer and we are excited to have him back. Andrew worked primarily on SOCA and will be returning to Virginia Tech to continue his degree in Building Construction.   Andrew’s enthusiasm and eager energy is refreshing. […]

14 Jul 2020

Internship Spotlight | Jeb Horn

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Internship Spotlight | Jeb Horn

Jeb is from Virginia Tech’s Myers-Lawson School of Construction. He is working on his degree in Construction Engineering & Management­. Jeb primarily worked at The Nest alongside his Superintendent,  Milt Small.   Jeb has been a great extra set of eyes on the Nest Project.  He’s able to fill in for me on different coordination […]

1 Jul 2020

Nate Eaton: Virginia Tech Intern Turned Full-Time Hire

Nate Eaton:  Virginia Tech Intern Turned Full-Time Hire

Nate Eaton | Assistant Superintendent   Tell us about yourself.  I was born and raised in Charlottesville. I got my associate degree at PVCC and then went straight into the Building Construction program at Virginia Tech. I’ve always had an interest in construction, whether it be the more engineering side or being in the field. I come from a long line of […]