Archive for 2015

Janice Wittschiebe is honored with the Joseph Mayo Pettit Alumni Distinguished Service Award

The Georgia Institute of Technology hosted their annual Gold & White Honors Gala honoring Georgia Tech’s most distinguished alumni. The Alumni Association’s annual fundraiser benefits student programs critical to continuing the tradition of leadership and service to Tech. Janice N. Wittschiebe, BS Arch ’78, MArch ’80, was honored with the Joseph Mayo Pettit Alumni Distinguished Service

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Decatur Public Works Facility Wins 2015 Project of the Year

The Decatur Public Works facility has won ‘2015 Public Works Project of the Year‘ by the American Public Works Association. This national honor is given to projects that promote excellence by recognizing the alliance between the client. the consultant and the contractor. Stevens & Wilkinson provided full architectural. engineering and interior design service for the facility.

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On the Boards at Stevens & Wilkinson

Check back here for the latest news, renderings, and construction photos of some of our upcoming projects! Project Mitchell – Atlanta, GA WonderRoot – Atlanta, GA Auburn University – Textile Engineering Building – Auburn, GA Albany State University – Fine Arts Center – Albany, GA George Pierce Park Gymnasium – Gwinnett, GA 728 Market Street Mixed-Use Development – Chattanooga, TN Sumter

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A Simple Approach to Complex Design

Through our expertise, we have learned that there are two elements critical for ensuring the success of any complex design project. First, the people involved must agree on the ultimate goal, or desired project outcome. And second, they must agree on the process for achieving such outcome. A complex building is to be designed over different

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New College of Law Building Opens at Georgia State University

As the Architect of Record, Stevens & Wilkinson provided architecture and engineering design services for the new Georgia State University College of Law building, in downtown Atlanta, which opened its doors June 22, 2015. Administration, faculty and leaders of the College of Law celebrated the completion of the building at 85 Park Place, Atlanta, during

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Clay Stafford Joins Stevens & Wilkinson as Director of Planning

Stevens & Wilkinson announced Clay Stafford has joined its staff as Director of Planning. He joined Stevens & Wilkinson following key positions with Health Education + Research Associates and other firms during more than a two-decade tenure of experience. Stafford’s scope of responsibility with Stevens & Wilkinson includes serving as key facility strategist, programmer and planner;

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Stevens & Wilkinson at the 2015 AIA Convention

Stevens & Wilkinson architects to tour the New GSU Law Building at this year’s AIA national convention held in Atlanta.         As one of the largest events for architects and design professionals in the US, the annual AIA National Convention offers almost 300 education sessions and guided tours. Stevens & Wilkinson and project partners SmithGroupJJR, and

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Architecture Firm Stevens & Wilkinson Completes Adaptive Reuse of the FLATS at Ponce City Market

Architect reveals new design insights about historic Ponce City Market FLATS. Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm based in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., announced the adaptive reuse and historic renovations of the formally named Sears, Roebuck & Company building’s uppermost seven floors of the east and west wings, creating the

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Business School on Path to Become Largest Net Zero Energy Building in Southeastern United States

Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm with offices in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., recently completed the engineering design for the University of South Carolina’s new Darla Moore School of Business. The finished project, which is slated to achieve LEED Platinum designation from the U.S. Green Building Council later this year,

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Singing, “I’m Happy…Happy International Day of Happiness!”

It’s the first day of spring and we are happy, which is a great thing since it also happens to be International Day of Happiness. For those of you who have never heard of International Day of Happiness it is a celebration created by the United Nations to, you guessed it, celebrate the sentiment of joy,

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