We are excited to celebrate our team’s hard work and announce four promotions within the TMP family.
Lori Smith, RA
Lori is a Senior Project Architect who joined the TMP family in 2015. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Knoxville and a registered architect. Lori has been a part of several large projects at TMP including the new MNPD Police Headquarters and Family Justice Center, as well as John Overton High School. Lori has been promoted to Associate.
“My favorite part [of design] is the initial process: interacting with clients, learning about their work flow, programming, and turning a complex program into a beautiful, simple, and functional design.”
“I love the culture at TMP. There is an emphasis on teamwork and helping each other. It is easy to work with so many talented and interesting people.”
Arya Kabiri, RA, CDT
Arya is a Senior Project Architect who joined the TMP family in 2011. She graduated from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, and is a registered architect. Two of Arya’s favorite projects to work on have been Phase 1 of the Hill Center Brentwood Development and the renovations and additions at John Overton High School. Arya has been promoted to Associate.
“I really enjoy managing projects. It’s a way to get to know the client and consultants really well and to work on different parts of the project.”
“The people at TMP are the best! Everyone says this, and that’s because it’s true.”
Zach Parrott, RA
Zach is a Project Manager who joined the TMP family in 2011. He is a graduate of Auburn University and is a registered architect. Zach is passionate about healthcare and especially about healthcare planning. Out of the projects he has been involved in at TMP, his two favorites have been Northwest Medical Center Vertical Expansion and Grand Strand Linear Accelerator. Zach has been promoted to Associate.
“I really love the atmosphere and the people I work with everyday.”
Rebecca Moore, IIDA, LEED AP
Rebecca is a Senior Interior Designer who joined the TMP family in 2002. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University and is a LEED Accredited Professional. Rebecca has brought her innovative designs to diverse projects including the Williamson County Public Safety Center, new MNPD Police Headquarters and Family Justice Center, the new Tennessee State Library and Archives, and Hillsboro High School. Rebecca has been promoted to Associate.
“I love the challenge of coming up with new design solutions that are specific to each project.”
“The people here aren’t just coworkers, they’re friends.”