Nashville Business Journal's 'The Boss': Mary Roskilly
Mary Roskilly, who last year became majority owner of Tuck Hinton Architects, was recently interviewed for a feature in the Nashville Business Journal. The interview covers Mary's childhood and growing up with both parents working for NASA, what it's like to work with her husband Chuck Miller, who is also a partner at the firm, and how she likes to unwind.
Mary joined Tuck-Hinton Architects in 1994 as an intern architect, and has been involved in much of the firm's notable work including Music City Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Expansion, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Avenue Bank, CMA Offices, 35 Music Square East/SESAC Global Headquarters, Wildhorse Saloon, and Ole Red. Currently, Mary is leading design and relocation efforts for Tuck-Hinton's new studio space at May Hosiery Co-Op in Nashville's Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood, pictured above.