TSW, a Midtown-based architectural firm, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with a party at its office. In January 1990, architects and former University of Tennessee classmates William “Bill” Tunnell and Jerry Spangler joined forces to create the company. Its name was changed to Tunnell-Spangler-Walsh and Associates in 2002 when landscape architect Thomas Walsh became a partner in the firm, and was shortened to TSW in 2013. Today, it has 33 employees. At the event TSW also announced it is launching a lecture series at Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture starting this fall.


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