We were thrilled to participate in NAWIC’s 2022 Kids Construction Discovery & Awareness Day. NAWIC Columbia, SC, Chapter #113 is proud to announce the 3rd Annual “Construction Kids Discovery and Awareness Day.” The event is slated to take place on the grounds of Lexington Technology Center at 2421 Augusta Hwy., Lexington, SC, on Saturday, April 30, 2022, with gates opening at 9:00am. We encourage children, teenagers and READ MORE
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
We were thrilled to participate in the Topping Out celebration hosted by our friends Juneau and Contract Construction. University of South Carolina’s 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, Starbucks, a convenience store and multi-purpose learning and academic support spaces. The project will be READ MORE
Today we celebrate the groundbreaking at the South Carolina State Credit Union’s new headquarter offices on Huger Street downtown Columbia. Guided by its mission to improve the financial lives of their members, the State Credit Union (SCU) is consolidating and expanding at its Headquarters location on Huger Street between Greene and College Streets in downtown Columbia. An existing one-story structure will be demolished to make READ MORE
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
Lead Architect from BOUDREAUX Karen Quinn, AIA, LEED AP and Project Manager from Hood Construction Charles Stuart spoke to the Columbia chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction about Midlands Technical College’s new building of Business and Information Technologies. With more than 115 chapters across the country, the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) offers its members education, support and networking to READ MORE
CMA affinity group the Columbia Design League (CDL) presents a Women’s History Month event spotlighting amazing designers within the Midlands community. The panel consists of four female designers including Meena Khalili from UofSC; Heather A. Mitchell, AIA of BOUDREAUX; Stoi Phillips of Stois Design Company; and Sarah Shell of Fern Studio Flowers. Moderated by Lauren Dillon from Master of Plaster. Learn about their impact and design across the Southeast and beyond.
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.
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
BOUDREAUX was recognized at this year’s virtual American Institute of Architects Columbia award ceremony for the design of its own office. They accepted the 2020 Merit Award for Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse/Renovation for the design and rehabilitation of the former Powell Furniture store on Sumter Street. One block from Main Street, the second floor of a vacant furniture store became home to one of Columbia’s most READ MORE