At Lewis Group Architects, our priority is providing great design for our clients and our community. We believe that the spaces in which we live, learn, and worship should engage the hearts of the community, challenge their expectations, and inspire minds to prepare for a future unlike any we have ever known.
It has always been vital to LGA to do work that is important and beneficial to the community. Our firm strongly believes that working with educational institutions allows us to contribute to our community in a positive way.
At Lewis Group Architects, our entire team wishes to extend our respect and immense gratitude for the healthcare workers currently on the front lines of the treatment and care for those currently affected by or at risk of contracting the COVID-19 coronavirus currently affecting our region and the world.
Recently, Lewis Group Architects and our partners at The Christman Company had the privilege of attending the Open House and Gymnasium Dedication for the brand new state-of-the-art facility at Findlay Elementary School in White County.
Although work had already begun on the construction of Cleveland Court — the low-income residential facility where current residents of downtown’s Cleveland Summit will reside next year — the groundbreaking wasn’t official until 10 golden shovels were used by local officials and others to slice into the ground’s red clay soil.
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The Grove Church, formerly known as Cedar Grove Baptist Church in Kingston, has determined that their present aging building no longer meets their current or future ministry needs.
Groundbreaking for a $30 million state veterans home in Bradley County, Tennessee, is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 21, in Cleveland, the Tennessee Department of Veterans Services announced Thursday.
Earlier Thursday the Tennessee State Building Commission approved a $30,524,427 grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for the home.
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PALS (personal Auto Locator Service) engaged Lewis Group Architects to transform an 8,000 square foot casket warehouse building into a 11,000 square foot contemporary automobile dealership with an eye-catching design that would draw attention when viewed from the nearby interstate.
Lewis Group Architects designs multi-family housing complex in Cleveland, TN.
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At Lewis Group Architects, we are big believers in celebrating our community and giving back. This year, we took our annual corporate retreat to the next level by turning it into Random Acts of Kindness Day!