Williamson Business Awards 2018

from Williamson Business Awards & Williamson Source, originally posted Oct. 10, 2018

The Williamson Business Leadership Awards for 13 categories took place at the inaugural event on October 9th at Homestead Manor. The Williamson Business Leadership Awards recognizes business leaders whose companies are located in Williamson County and who have demonstrated professional excellence and significant impact to the economic growth, prosperity and philanthropy in our community. The community nominates individuals in thirteen categories, of which the committee narrows down to one winner for each category. Owner and principal architect Mike Hathaway of 906 Studio Architects received the Design/Construction Leadership Award for his extraordinary leadership among local companies in architecture, civil engineering, and construction industries.



Clubhouse completed for Lockwood Glen apartments

from Spring Hill Homepage, originally posted Feb. 9, 2018

Doster Construction Company recently completed a 2,800 square foot Residents’ Clubhouse in Franklin’s Lockwood Glen development, a 221-acre, master-planned community of single-family homes and apartments along South Carothers Parkway. According to Doster, the clubhouse, designed by 906 Studio Architects, will serve as the central hub for the apartment community. It is Doster’s fourth project for Pearl Street Partners, which is developing Lockwood Glen along with Crescent Resources.

Doster has completed more than 1,000 units of multifamily housing in the last year alone and has been ranked as a top 20 Multifamily General Contractor by the National Multifamily Housing Council.



Brandon Priddy, AIA Senior Project Manager graduates Young Leaders Council

from Tennessean, originally posted Jan. 8, 2018

906 Studio Architects Senior Project Manager, Brandon Priddy AIA graduated from the Young Leaders Council in partnership with the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce. Priddy graduated alongside 28 fellow professionals from the region, the YLC trains young leaders to effectively participate on the boards of local nonprofits.