Along with Todd Sease, AIA Chair of the MTC Commission, Dr. Ronald Rhames, President of MTC, Dr. Barrie Kirk, Provost, and Debbie Walker, Vice President of Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer, Heather was honored to present the Center for Business and Information Technologies to the Association of Community College Trustees on October 15th. The building is under construction on the Beltline Campus.
We are excited to announce that Coral Gresham, AIA, LEED AP BD+C has joined our team as a Project Architect. With over 13 years of experience, Coral embodies our ideal blend of design talent and technical ability. Sharing our mission of enriching communities, Coral has served in leadership roles for the National Association for Women in Construction, the Columbia Chapter of American Institute of Architects, READ MORE
Director of Master Planning Irene Dumas Tyson was excited to share the stage with Jim Stritzinger, Director of the SC Broadband Office and Jennifer Bonnet, SEDA’s VP of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at this year’s Municipal Association South Carolina Conference in Hilton Head. Creative Placemaking is one of our favorite topics because it is a proven accelerator for community revitalization. Leveraging art and culture in tandem READ MORE
State Credit Union operates solely for the benefit of its members – so we are thrilled to be working with them on an investment that will help them grow and serve their mission. Teamed with LCK and Cox and Dinkins, we are honored to be working with SC State Credit Union on their new headquarters in downtown Columbia.
One of the events we looks forward to every year is the Riley Mayors’ Design Fellowship. Architect and historic preservation champion Tiara Williams, AIA presented to the Class of 2021. This program invites a small diverse number of Mayors from around South Carolina to present community challenges and opportunities to a round table of experts.
Midlands Technical College celebrated the groundbreaking of the new Center for Business & Information Technologies building. We are thrilled to officially start the construction of this game changing facility. Midlands Technical College seeks to create a welcoming, iconic gateway to the campus through construction of a new building to house programs focused on Business, Information Technology, Science, and Mathematics. The building will serve as READ MORE
We were thrilled to help celebrate the reopening of the newly renovated family shelter with Homeless No More this morning. This project was a labor of love and we were honored to work with the entire HNM team to make this dream a reality! https://www.homelessnomoresc.org/
University of South Carolina celebrated the groundbreaking of first phase of Campus Village. This highly anticipated event brought together University leadership, state and community supporters, developers, and design team. This project is a collaborative effort between Greystar, Juneau, Contract Construction, WDG, and BOUDREAUX. “When the students walk in that first day, we hope they are awestruck. That it’s a place that speaks to the READ MORE
Congratulations goes to the the Cathy Novinger Girl Scout Leadership Center project team! Each year Historic Columbia celebrates Preservation Month through an awards program recognizing notable examples of preservation, rehabilitation, and restoration projects that have maintained or added to Columbia and Richland County’s historical, architectural, and cultural heritage. When merited, persons or entities whose contributions have advanced local preservation efforts are championed through the distinguished READ MORE
By creating an implementation framework for each Main Street element, our clients have a prioritized and phased plan for the sustained and visionary redevelopment of downtown. These elements will have individual goals and strategies, yet they are inter-related and require a concerted and holistic approach, together creating a strong foundation for re-establishing downtown as the lively heart of downtown. The Main Street Approach ensures authenticity: READ MORE