TEG is ranked among the top health care architectural firms in the nationDownload PDF file
At TEG Architects, design collaboration has been taken to the next level with virtual reality (VR).Download PDF file
TEG is relocating the office in Shreveport to continue providing exceptional service to its clients and allow for future growth.Download PDF file
TEG Architects and the City of Jeffersonville were recently awarded the 2015 AIA Kentucky Merit Award for the design of Big Four Station Park. The award, presented during the AIA Ohio Valley Region Convention, recognizes works exhibiting architectural design excellence.Download PDF file
Interview with R. Wayne Estopinal on how healthcare facility design can improve efficiency, productivity and financial outcomes.Download PDF file
Richard C. Scott Design Scholarship Expanding Eligibility to Include High School Seniors from Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Clark counties of Indiana.
Louisville, Kentucky – Dr. Mark and Cindy Lynn Stadium, home to the University of Louisville’s nationally-ranked, Division I Men’s and Women’s soccer programs, officially received a Leadership in Energy and Efficient Design (LEED) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED is a national certification system that rates projects with environmentally friendly design and construction strategies. This project represents the first collegiate Division I Soccer Stadium in the nation to receive LEED Certified Silver.Download PDF file
TEG Architects was named 44th largest healthcare architectural firm in the U.S. by Modern Healthcare magazine. Modern Healthcare, the industry's leading source of healthcare business and policy news, research and information, annually ranks firms based on volume of projects.Download PDF file
The City of Jeffersonville sought to reinforce the police department’s connection with the community it serves. With scattered facilities spread across the city, the police department was unable to have an identifiable landmark the community could recognize. Through creative design, careful site selection, and rigorous future planning, the city offers a new visible facility to represent a beacon of safety within the community.Download PDF file
At an opening ceremony on Friday October 17th at 11 am, Mayor Moore marked the official opening of the park as well as the start of Steamboat Days 2014.