• Realtor Jamie Riddle has joined Weichert, Realtors-Advantage Plus in Knoxville.
• Bryson Bosson of Farragut has joined The Trust Company of Tennessee as a business analyst at its Knoxville headquarters. He brings more than a decade of financial industry operations experience from both Apex Bank and Clayton Bank and Trust.
• Hardin Valley Middle School; Tate’s School’s multipurpose building, “The Barn;” and Regions Bank – Northshore have been nominated to win Keep Knoxville Beautiful 2020 Orchid Award for new architecture. SmartBank and Full Service BBQ were nominated for Redesign/Reuse award. Full Service BBQ also was nominated for Restaurant/Café/Bar/Brewery, as was Chesapeake’s West. KKB will present its 38th annual Orchid Awards to nominees during an awards dinner, at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 25, at The Press Room, 730 N. Broadway, Knoxville. The dinner honors Knox County’s most beautiful properties, public spaces and public art. For tickets, visit www.keepknoxvillebeautiful.org/orchid-awards/
• BarberMcMurry Architects has promoted Julie Dalby, NCIDQ, and Heather Beck, MBA, APR, to associates. Dalby joined the firm as an interior designer and earned her National Council for Interior Design Qualification in 2019. She also serves as its interior design team manager. Beck, a former farragutpress reporter and author of the book “Full Speed Ahead” about the founding of the Town of Farragut, joined the firm in 2018 as communications manager. In addition to journalism, she has backgrounds in public relations, marketing and technical writing.