In June of this year, Martin Horn began renovations on this historic 100-year-old building. The Brody Jewish Center has become the hub for Jewish life around the University of Virginia. Students use the center for a variety of activities including dinners, studying and weekly meetings. The 10,000 square foot space has a small apartment on […]
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 […]
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 University of Virginia maintains approximately 250 elevators in its 557 buildings. Over the course of two summer breaks and scheduled University holidays, Martin Horn successfully modernized 28 of those elevators with minimal disruptions to students, visitors, faculty and staff. Many parts of UVA’s grounds are historic and heavily trafficked. We are aware of what […]
Facilities Development project manager, Tim Breitenbach muses: “this project did turn out well. It was the one that I worried most about [due to the constrained timeline], and it’s the one that has been pulled off most successfully.”