We just don’t know. These were my words to you in March as life was beginning to change radically for us. In March, did we imagine how radically? I didn’t. And then, the death of George Floyd changed life even more radically, and we are still trying to figure out where we go from here. Do we know? One thing that I do know, we READ MORE
Chief Customer Officer Georgia Coleman with Richland Library and President Heather Mitchell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C and Project Manager Karen Quinn, AIA, LEED AP BD+C with BOUDREAUX wrote an article for South Carolina Library Association (SCLA) about our experience designing modern libraries. Below is the intro to our article, check out the full story here: SCLA Article… In November of 2013, Richland County residents passed READ MORE
We just don’t know. Over the past three weeks, this has been a recurring sentiment in talking with colleagues, my family, our neighbors, people in line at the grocery store. Not knowing is a stressful and disquieting place to be. Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI South Carolina carries forth that mission READ MORE
The Columbia chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognized the University of South Carolina School of Law and Richland Library Cooper with 2018 design awards. Both projects celebrate visionary clients and design efforts led by BOUDREAUX, a Columbia-based architecture, interiors, planning, and preservation firm. The School of Law earned an Honor Award. The School of Law is the focal point for the legal community READ MORE
We are proud to announce that Irene Dumas Tyson, Director of Planning and Associate, has been appointed to serve as the 2018-2020 District Council Chair for the Urban Land Institute’s South Carolina District Council. In this position, Irene will be responsible for advancing ULI’s mission in South Carolina and for fostering collaboration among ULI South Carolina’s 650+ members. Amy Barrett, Executive Director of ULI READ MORE
BOUDREAUX is proud to announce the completion of the new Richland County Decker Center to revitalize a dilapidated shopping mall into a vibrant business district of Richland County. After standing vacant and abandoned for years on one of Columbia’s main corridors, extensive renovations were completed to bring a new central courts and Sheriff’s regional headquarters facility to the area. The end result delivers over 112,000 READ MORE
BOUDREAUX, a Columbia, SC based Architecture firm received the American Institute of Architects, South Carolina Chapter (AIASC) Design Merit Award for the Richland County Recreation Commission’s Gadsden Community Center.