KAATZ, BINKLEY, JONES, & MORRIS
With hundreds of years of cumulative experience, the staff at KBJM is committed to working with clients in both the public and private sectors, including commercial and residential projects. Our staff possesses the specialized skills to undertake a wide variety of project types including educational facilities, churches, retail centers, jails, veterinary clinics, multi-family and office building types.
KBJM Architects is the premier educational planner and designer in Tennessee. Our emphasis in school design began in 1978 and continues to the present. We have been involved in more than 500 school projects with combined construction budgets in excess of one billion dollars.
Throughout the years, KBJM has worked closely with our religious clients to develop an overall design that will be sensitive to the mission and character of each individual organization. KBJM offers unparalleled value for the architectural needs of religious organizations.
Design build in particular is well suited to KBJM given the composition of our staff and our emphasis on client satisfaction. We have a proven track record of producing projects on time and within budget. KBJM works closely with clients, contractors, local agencies, and code officials to ensure a smooth transition form design thru construction.
To the building owner, manager, or occupant, the roof is the building’s most valuable and important asset. The roof must not only protect the entire building and its contents, it must perform under the most extreme environmental conditions. With this in mind, the selection of a new or replacement roofing system is a decision requiring careful consideration and the assistance of a design professional. KBJM staffs John Vick, who is certified by seven different roofing manufacturers and has over 37 years of experience in the construction and roofing industries.
Our Roofing projects include the following County School systems: Knox, Maury, Cheatham, Marion, Cannon, Williamson, Benton, Sumner, and Wayne as well as Lexington and Athens City Schools, ETSU, MTSU, and Roane State Community College.