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27 102021

Lewisville Middle School (WS/FCS) Opens for August 2021 School Year

Lewisville Middle School, the newest addition to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, recently opened its doors for the 2021 school year. The 107,600 SF three-story educational facility accommodates grades 6 - 8 and features unique learning opportunities, including a STEM learning curriculum. MMSA provided structural engineering design and construction administration services for the new middle school. Additional

13 032021

NCCU Broadcast Studio Renovation Recognized with 2020 NOMA Citation Award

Located on the first floor of the Farrison-Newton Communications Building, the renovated North Carolina Central University TV Broadcast Studio serves as a training ground for dedicated Mass Communication students to gain hands-on experience in the professional world of visual broadcast production. Post-renovation, the high-tech studio suite features a new entry, broadcast area and support spaces,

12 032021

Mary Potter School Shop Restoration Project Receives Progressive Architecture Award

Founded in 1889 by Dr. George C. Shaw, Mary Potter Academy was originally established as a boarding school for African American students during the height of Jim Crow and segregation. With only three buildings on-campus buildings still standing, including a 90-year old wood-framed Industrial Arts building and Gymnasium building, revitalization of the campus will allow

10 102018

Simpson Brothers Highlighted in CCEE News

The Simpson brothers, Michael M. Simpson, PE (Michael M. Simpson + Associates, Inc.) and David B. Simpson, Jr., PE (Simpson Engineers & Associates, P.C.), have been highlighted in the N.C. State University Fall 2018 edition of CCEE News.  Read the article, "Alumni Feature," highlighting the two "average" N.C. State University brothers here.

06 072018

Charleston International Airport (CHS) Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program (TRIP) Highlighted in Article

MMSA provided structural engineering design and construction administration services as part of the $200 million Charleston International Airport (CHS) Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program (TRIP) and Central Energy Plant design. Completed in 2016, significant areas of the airport received new additions and renovation, including Concourses A and B, the ticket lobby, baggage claim, concession areas,

06 072018

The Barnes Center awarded the 2018 AIA Georgia Design Merit Award

The Barnes Center, located on the Clemson University campus, was recently awarded the 2018 AIA Georgia Design Merit Award in the Renovation/Restoration category. As one of only four projects to receive this distinction in 2018, MMSA is honored to have provided structural engineering design and construction administration services as part of the Lord Aeck Sargent design team.

28 042017

Fort Lee AIT Barracks, a MMSA project, has been highlighted in WoodWorks

The article, “Options for Brick Veneer on Mid-Rise Wood-Frame Buildings“, discusses the allowances of the masonry code as it pertains to height limitations and alternative design options for wood buildings with brick veneer that extend beyond the standard height  allowance specified in the code.  The Fort Lee Advanced Individual Training Barracks (AIT) with Company Operations at

11 062014

MMSA, Inc. recently relocated!

We are pleased to announce the relocation of the Greenville, SC MMSA, Inc. office.  Our new address is 30 Patewood Drive, Suite 100, Office Park Patewood One, Greenville, SC 29615.  We look forward to seeing you there!