History Detectives – Karen Quinn presents at SHPO

Much like the popular TV show, local experts have to dig – in often unconventional or unanticipated places – to find the facts that help preserve buildings on the National Register. At this year’s State Historic Preservation Office conference, BOUDREAUX Architect Karen Quinn, AIA, LEED AP and Historic Columbia Foundation Director of Research Katharine Allen demonstrate ways to discover those primary and secondary sources through READ MORE

Campus Village Presentation at Tri-Association Conference

The Tri Association conference was a success this year! Thank you to our fellow presenters on Campus Village at the conference! It’s such an incredible story – and this team has been a joy to work with. Campus Village is large-scale mixed use public private partnership. The project includes four residential hall buildings totaling 1,800 beds, a parking deck, dining hall, a campus recreation center, READ MORE

Irene Dumas Tyson Talks Creative Placemaking at 2021 Municipal Association Conference

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

Big Changes with Little ¢hange: How to Renovate on a Tight Budget

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