Our History

Allworld Project Management was launched with a phone call seeking a Project Manager. Recently finishing business school and wading through a recession, our founder Michael A. Hooks Jr. saw this as an opportunity and offered his services. Allworld was then born in the trunk of a car, with a good computer and an unlimited cellphone/data plan.

Michael A. Hooks Jr. started the company by implementing a document control system on Tiger Lane. This project was part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and consisted of multiple sources of funds, multiple contractors and a compressed schedule.

Michael recalls during a project kickoff meeting saying ‘I’m going to set up these documents on the cloud” and the stakeholders looked at him like what is he talking about? The cloud? Now, its uncommon if documentation is not cloud based in the world of construction.

The firm expertise has grown with each opportunity. The culture has been to add value one task at a time. As we grew so did our ability to leverage technology. All of our projects have allowed us to implement both practical and technologically led innovation. In just over 6 years the company has grown to 30 full time employees and has had continued success in acquiring new business across diverse industry sectors.

Diversity is a part of our culture. Allworld Project Management employs individuals who are socioeconomic, racially and religiously diverse. We boast an employment roster that is 70 percent millennial and consists of women, men, blacks, whites and descendants across 3 continents. Our diversity converges in our everyday performance as we CHOOSE 901! We respect our community and our talent is decidedly homegrown.

Our Way

The success of our business is dependent on the trust and confidence we earn from our employees and clients. We gain credibility by adhering to our commitments, displaying honesty and integrity and reaching company goals solely through honorable conduct. This is the Allworld Way.

The Allworld Way challenges us to have fun and be creative while striving to maximize time and deliver results.



Our Mission

Our Mission is to consistently exceed our client’s expectations by providing value added solutions, one task at a time.

Allworld is committed to maintaining our reputation as a reliable partner providing support services to architects, engineers, and contractors. Our goal is to provide our clients with a high level of professionalism and expertise to serve as their project needs require. The work we do is not about us — it is about the client and their project, their needs, desires, goals and preferences.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to be the standard of excellence by delivering our services with skill, morale and innovation.

To pursue our vision Allworld team members are committed to continually improve business processes and comply with the company quality system standards.



Our Core Values

A- Accountable
C- Creative
T- Team Oriented/Team Player
O- Organized
R- Respectful (Self, People, Environment, Community)

  • The United States Green Building Council (Memphis Chapter)
  • Mid-South Minority Business Council
  • Project Management Institute
  • Black Business Association of Memphis
  • Memphis Area Minority Contractors Association
  • America Planning Association-Tennessee Chapter
  • Memphis Area Geographic Information Council (MAGIC)
  • Memphis Urban League
  • Memphis Regional Chamber of Commerce.
  • 518210 – Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
  • 541219 – Other Accounting Services
  • 541320 – Landscape Architectural Services
  • 541330 – Engineering Services
  • 541360 – Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services
  • 541370 – Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
  • 541511 – Custom Computer Programming Services
  • 541611 – Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
  • 541614 – Other Management Consulting
  • 924110 – Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid Waste Management Programs
  • 925120 – Administration of Urban Planning and Community and Rural Development
  • 236220 – Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
  • 237110 – Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction
  • 237310 – Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
  • 237990 – Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction


  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise


  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise


  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
  • City of Jackson: African American Business Enterprise


  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise


  • Shelby County: Locally Owned Small Business
  • City of Memphis: Small Business Enterprise
  • Minority Owned Business and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise by the Uniform Certification Agency (MMBC Continuum) in Memphis, TN.
  • Tennessee Department of Transportation: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise.
  • City of Chattanooga: Disadvantaged Business Enterprise


  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise