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Florence County Judicial Center Scheduled to Open Early 2018, Featuring Historic Courthouse Square

Stevens & Wilkinson reveals specifics of architecture, engineering and interior design planning and development Florence County, S.C., residents can expect as new judicial center project progresses toward completion. Columbia, S.C. – August 7th, 2017 – Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm based in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., announced in July the

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Architectural Innovations for Immersive Learning Environments in K-12 Schools

New forms of architecture design for K-12 schools are creating in-depth, adaptive and flexible learning spaces for students with diverse and changing learning needs. There is a growing surge of activity focused on developing new learning environments in response to demands for increased interaction, collaboration, connectivity, engagement, and community. This movement is spearheaded by the need

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Former Georgia Archives Building Demolished

  Sunday, March 5, 2017 – In a controlled implosion, which took place shortly after 7 a.m. on Sunday, March 5, the former Georgia Archives building was brought down by a demolition crew to make way for Governor Deal’s new state courts facility. An estimated 1,400 people looked on as the crowd shouted, “Fire in

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Stevens & Wilkinson Principal Janice Wittschiebe Appointed to Firm’s Board of Directors

ATLANTA (August 2016) – Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service commercial architecture, engineering and interior design firm based in Columbia, S.C. and Atlanta, today announced the appointment of Janice Wittschiebe, AIA, NCIDQ, LEED AP, a principal and vice president based in the Atlanta office, to the firm’s Board of Directors. The second woman appointed to the board since

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Georgia State University’s new College of Law building gives rise to the next generation of learning and law

By Don Eberly, president and CEO of Eberly & Collard Public Relations | civil + structural ENGINEER August 2016 Issue In today’s competitive college and university environment in which higher education leaders seek to enroll and engage top-ranking students, the Georgia State University College of Law is broadly recognized as a prominent institute of learning. With a long-standing

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Cigar Factory Embarks On A New Life

Despite a false start and an arduous approval process, the resulting authenticity was worth the effort. By Commercial Architecture | Commerical Architecture’s Featured, Windows & Doors Section, July/August 2016 Issue “I tell the young architects in my office, sometimes projects can take seven years from start to finish,” said Ron Stang, AIA, LEED AP, and chairman of the

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University Green Building ‘Once-in-a-Career Opportunity’ for PE

By Eva Kaplan-Leiserson | National Society of Professional Engineers – PE Magazine The Challenge: The University of South Carolina has long been a leader in green building. In 2004, it opened the first green residential hall in the US. And the university’s new Darla Moore School of Business, which opened in fall 2014, is in the

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Janice Wittschiebe to Join Commission on Creating the Next in Education at Georgia Institute of Technology

Invitation Extended to Atlanta Architect to Join Commission for the Advancement of ‘Next’ Generation of Leaders in Education ATLANTA (June 28, 2016) – Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm, with offices in Columbia, S.C. and Atlanta, announced today the involvement of Janice Wittschiebe, AIA, NCIDQ, LEED AP, principal and vice president,

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South Carolina business school on track to be region’s first net-zero energy commercial building

The project is part of a large DOE initiative to develop more buildings that can generate as much energy as they consume. By John Caulfield, Senior Editor | Building Design + Construction Magazine August 2015 Issue Later this year, the newest building at the University of South Carolina’s Darla School of Business expects to achieve LEED Platinum certification

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Freestanding EDs: The New Hospital Front Door

By Robby Aull, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP, Principal – Senior Vice President – Director of Healthcare (SWSC) | March 4, 2016 | Healthcare Design March 2016 Issue One of the newest programs and building types being developed within the healthcare industry is the freestanding emergency department (FSED). These projects are growing in popularity as hospitals and healthcare

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