People’s Choice Winner! Hotel Trundle wins at AIA Columbia Design Awards

The new boutique HOTEL TRUNDLE is the inaugural People’s Choice winner of the Columbia American Institute of Architects design awards. The project also received a Divine Detail Award for the incorporation of light wells that bring natural light and a unique design element to interior rooms. Located one block from Main Street and part of the Columbia Commercial Historic District, Hotel Trundle’s historic architectural detailing READ MORE

Design Award Alert! UofSC Law School & Richland Library Cooper

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

Clemson University Receives State Historic Preservation Award for Interpretive Plan

BOUDREAUX  is pleased to announce Clemson University’s Interpretive Plan has received the 2018 Preservation Service Award sponsored by the Preservation South Carolina, the SC Department of Archives and History, and the Office of the Governor. Nominated by BOUDREAUX, who also authored the plan, Clemson’s Interpretive Plan reveals and celebrates an inspiring heritage by embracing the original mission of the University, sharing stories and history with READ MORE

BOUDREAUX’S Own Appointed as Urban Land Institute (ULI) South Carolina’s District Council Chair

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

Part One: The Seibels Design-Build Story

This three-part series, written in collaboration with M.B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc., reflects on the renovation of Seibels’ corporate headquarters in downtown Columbia, South Carolina. The Project Seibels partnered with M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc. and BOUDREAUX to complete renovations of its historic headquarters located at 1501 Lady Street in Columbia, SC. Together, the Design-Build team will pays homage to the rich history and READ MORE

Jimmy Wall, Associate IIDA joins the team!

We are proud to announce that James Wall Associate IIDA has joined the firm as an associate in interiors. James earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a Master’s degree in Interior Design, both from the University of Florida. James’ interned with the Office of Design and Construction in our nation’s capital and settled in Columbia in 2013. His design portfolio includes new and renovated READ MORE

Renovating Occupied Spaces Story

THE PROJECT: Seibels selected the design/build team of M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc. and the architects of BOUDREAUX to design and construct the renovations to their Columbia, SC headquarters. The original building was completed in 1949, with an addition of greater size built in 1977; the total area of both wings equals 128,000 square feet. The building had been kept in excellent shape for READ MORE

New Home. New Brand. Same Team.

Exciting things are happening: BOUDREAUX, formerly known as The Boudreaux Group, has a fresh new brand and a new home. The announcement was made by the firm’s president, Heather A. Mitchell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C. “2017 has been an exciting year for us,” explained Mitchell. “We just finished the celebration of our 40th year of serving the Columbia community and the surrounding region’s design and READ MORE

Richland County Central Courts & Sheriff’s Regional Headquarters Facility

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