JH&H ANNOUNCES NEW PRINCIPALSApril 29 2022
JH&H Architects is excited to announce the addition of new stockholders to the firm as of May 1, 2022. Benjamin Hall, Adam Haver, and Ben Kitchens join the management team with Paul J. Bagley, A. Bruce Wood, and Randall Lewis. Carl Franco will be transitioning toward retirement after nearly 47 years of practice in architecture and 46 years with JH&H. Franco will continue as an active member with the firm and will continue to serve clients’ needs.
Benjamin Hall graduated from Mississippi State University in 2002 and joined JH&H shortly thereafter. He became a licensed architect in Mississippi in 2009. A Pearl, Miss. native, Hall graduated from Pearl High School in 1995. He resides in the reservoir area with his wife, Melanie, and their two children.
Adam Haver has been with JH&H for over 13 years. He graduated from the Mississippi State University School of Architecture in 2009. Originally from Raymond, Miss., Haver graduated from Clinton High School. He currently resides in the Brandon area with his wife, Aleasha, and their two children.
Ben Kitchens is also a graduate of the Mississippi State University School of Architecture and has been with JH&H for 15 years. He grew up in New Albany, Miss., and attended New Albany High School. He and his wife, Stephanie, live in the reservoir area with their four children.
“Our leadership is so proud to promote Benjamin, Adam, and Ben to partners at JH&H,” said A. Bruce Wood, Principal at JH&H Architects. “These three guys have worked with the firm for a combined 48 years, and have contributed immensely to a number of significant projects through the years, and have served our clients well. I look forward to seeing how they continue to shape the future of our firm.”