25 Jan 2019

Internship Spotlight | Nate Eaton

  Intern Question and Answers What responsibilities were you given during your internship? My responsibilities included: reviewing submittals, checking on RFIs and sitting in on OAC meetings. I worked with subcontractors to resolve issues. All of these things have given me a really good idea of what it’s like to be a superintendent. What have […]

4 Jan 2019

Raising the Roof at Sprint Pavilion

Martin Horn is raising the roof of Charlottesville’s Sprint Pavilion. The original concept for the Pavilion was developed by FTL Design Engineering in 2005. The recladding is being refurbished by Dünn Lightweight Architecture. The weatherproof fabric is covered by a protective coating which prevents pollutants in the air from sticking to it. The fabrics durability has […]

21 Dec 2018

Festive Greetings from Martin Horn

Happy Holidays! Each quarter we circulate an internal company newsletter called Nuts & Bolts. Our winter edition is a holiday favorite– filled with funny photos of our staff and memories made throughout the year. This year, we thought it would be nice to share some of these memories with you. We hope this holiday season […]

14 Dec 2018

Home for the Holidays

Construction at 1308 and 1310 Carlton Avenue is wrapping up for the holidays. New and former tenants will be moving into their homes in time for Christmas. Last minute punch list items are being attended to and final inspections took place this week. We’ve utilized our talented field crew throughout every stage of the renovation. Our […]

5 Dec 2018

AGC Workforce Development Day 2018

The construction industry is facing an unprecedented lack of skilled labor. Many reasons are said to be the cause of the shortage, including lasting effects of the Great Recession, industry veterans retiring, as well as the fact many high school graduates are not interested in blue-collar jobs. While this presents a concern for the industry, […]

9 Nov 2018

Peace On Earth, Goodwill to Gander Mountain

  Sparks are flying in the former Gander Mountain store as we renovate the 25,130 SF building into two separate retail spaces in a quick timeline of only 6-8 weeks. One of the spaces will be the new home to both the Rio/Rte. 29 and the Pantops Goodwill Store and Donation Centers. The second retail space has […]

2 Nov 2018

The Market at Preston Avenue is Now Open!

The staff has been hired and the cooks are in the kitchen! The Market at Preston Avenue is now open to the public. Much like the other locations, The Market Preston has a state-of-the-art car wash, full service kitchen, beer cove and pay at the pump gas. The previous gas station was occupied by a […]

26 Oct 2018

Martin Horn’s Checkup At Willow River

Willow River Veterinary Services offers preventative and surgical care to a variety of domesticated pets. They pride themselves on administering the best treatment possible to their patients. Martin Horn is excited to build their new location at 32 Mill Creek Drive. The two-unit retail space was combined to create a 9,050 SF functional clinic. This […]

19 Oct 2018

Brody Jewish Center | Historic Renovation

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 […]

12 Oct 2018

Steering Progress at JAUNT

Martin Horn has began demolition at the JAUNT facility in Charlottesville. The 85 vehicle fleet of Blue and Red buses, chauffeur residents in 8 counties around central Virginia. The JAUNT fleet makes a combined 300,000 trips each year! The required storage and service of these buses has mandated the expansion of their four-bay repair maintenance facility. […]