We are proud to announce that Justin Abrams, AIA has joined our team as an Project Architect. With over 15 years of experience, Justin embodies our ideal blend of design talent and technical ability. He is using both as a key part of our University of South Carolina Campus Village project. Sharing our mission of enriching communities, Justin has served American Institute of Architects Columbia READ MORE
Our Tigers are serious! BOUDREAUX architects are mainly from Clemson or LSU, and they are die hard fans! This year, the two teams are duking it out in the National Championship game. Some super fans decided to decorate the office today! Check out our tour of the #footballlove
BOUDREAUX had a great time bowling with SKYLINE – learning more about new products and ‘striking’ up conversation. We had a friendly competition going to see who the best bowler is, and today it looks like George is the Lane King!
BOUDREAUX’S Christmas Party produced some show stopping ornaments for our tree. Our creative team got to work using old business cards to make up-cycled Christmas ornaments! Visit our tree on Sumter Street, and see if you can pick a favorite from these masterpieces.
BOUDREAUX’S November / December birthday celebration was a splash hit! With this cold weather we decided to throw a pool party! Happy Birthday Celia and Ann!
We were thrilled to be awarded AIA South Carolina’s Merit Award for our work at Douthit Hills at Clemson University Among the greatest strengths of The Hub is the benefit it delivers to the student experience. The project was conceived to support projected growth on campus and the opportunity was taken to be visionary. The entirety of the Douthit Hills development represents a remarkable transformation READ MORE
The boutique Hotel Trundle and BOUDREAUX’S architectural office was recognized by GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum in the Commercial Project (private, for-profit) category as part of their 2019 Adapt Opportunity Zone Awards. This award-winning adaptive reuse project was celebrated for its innovative use of abandoned space and its overall design excellence. The Adapt Opportunity Zone Awards highlights the achievements of those who have identified opportunities READ MORE
BOUDREAUX’s professional offices and the boutique Hotel Trundle were recognized with an Adaptive Use Award presented by Historic Columbia as part of its Annual Preservation Awards. This project unites three historic historical retail buildings into one: 1519 Sumter Street (built in 1920), 1224 Taylor Street (built in 1940), and 1222 Taylor Street (built in 1914). The project also takes advantage of multiple tax incentive opportunities READ MORE
Seibels, founded in 1869, is the oldest original Columbia corporation still in operation. This case study tells the Seibels story and how preservation became a financial tool for the transformation of their time-honored workplace.