The Memphis Daily News featured one of our project managers, Brandon Allen, in the Sept. 7th issue. Brandon has been with Renaissance since 2006 and brings a unique set of skills to the team. Click here to read the full article.
The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center took top honors when it was named Project of the Year at Memphis Business Journal’s inaugural Building Memphis Awards. Renaissance Group designed The AutoZone Challenge Center of the Kroc. Click here for the full story.
The new Germantown Fire House 4 on Forest Hill-Irene, designed by Renaissance, has earned a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Rating—the first LEED Gold building for the City of Germantown, and the first LEED Gold municipal facility in West Tennessee. For more details on what it took to make it LEED Gold, click Germantown 4 LEED Gold.pdf. For additional images of the Germantown Fire House 4, click here.
As we continue to navigate through the challenges posed by COVID-19, we’d like to share an update on how Renaissance Group is responding.
Our efforts are still to reduce risk and prioritize well-being, and are slowly bringing our team members back into the office in phases. We are still conducting the majority of meetings to online conference calls, and are fortunate that our communications and work solutions allow for remote access without any concerns. Our work on your projects will not stop. Even for those still working remotely, we are able to continue to meet deadlines and provide you with the best service possible. We will also continue to be accessible through email, phone and text.
In transparency, please be aware that there may be delays beyond our control in dealing with governmental approvals and things of that nature. We will be in communication with you immediately if we learn your project will be affected.
We are in this together, and we are here to help navigate these unprecedented times.