Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design
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Mary Roskilly, Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design

Mary joined Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design in 1994. As a Principal and Owner, she works closely with clients and the firm’s Leadership Team to establish goals, identify design direction, and facilitate a plan of action for each assignment. She has been involved in the design of several prestigious projects that have impacted Nashville - Music City Center, Country Music Hall of Fame, Frist Art Museum, and Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall. She is currently working on Heaven’s Door Distillery which will be located in the old church building previously occupied by the firm before their recent move to the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood.

Mary received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1994. As part of her education, she participated in the university’s noted cooperative education program, receiving professional co-op experience with the renowned New York City firms of Kohn-Pederson-Fox and Gensler Associates. Mary is a licensed architect in Tennessee, Ohio and Kentucky.

Mary is responsible for visual communications and marketing resources for the firm as well as employee recruitment. She is a committed Architect and uses her creativity to help shape and improve the environment around her. Mary is a graduate of Leadership Middle Tennessee, where she served as the 2017 Class President, and now serves on its Board of Directors. She is also an active member of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Roskilly frequently gives lectures and tours of the firm’s notable projects to community and professional groups. Recently she was named to the 2019 Nashville Business Journal Women of Influence list, as well as the 2018 Nashville Business Journal Most Admired CEO list.


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Mary joined Tuck-Hinton Architecture & Design in 1994 and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. As a Principal, she works closely with clients and the firm’s Leadership Team to identify the design direction and goals for each assignment, and she then leads her team of architectural staff and consultants in facilitating these goals. Mary has been involved in the design and management of many prestigious assignments that have impacted the city of Nashville, notably the Country Music Hall of Fame Expansion, new Nashville Convention Center, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Vanderbilt University’s Black Cultural Center, Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall, and Tennessee World War II Memorial.