Historic Renovation

SSOE | Stevens & Wilkinson, in association with Craig Gaulden Davis, recently restored the historic Township Auditorium, known as one of the region’s premiere event and concert venues.

Three-Story Atrium

The renovation incorporated the original design of the 1930’s building by moving the venue’s facade forward an additional 25 feet, thus creating a three-story atrium space with respect to the history of the original structure.

User-Friendly Facility

Designed to meet the needs of staff and event attendees, we created a state-of-the-art, user-friendly facility that will continue to serve the Columbia area well into the future. Renovation highlights include a three-story atrium, re-configured stage house, updated dressing rooms, new sound and lighting systems, and the latest A/V technology.

The Township Auditorium renovation included the addition of this prominent 1930’s historic downtown event venue.

Design Award:
Historic Columbia Foundation – 2011 Preservation Award for Construction in Historic Context
Southeast Construction – 2010 Award of Excellence: Renovation/Restoration
National Construction Management Association of America – 2010 Design Excellence: Renovation Project Less Than $15K

ClientRichland County LocationColumbia, South Carolina Project SizeRenovation: 84,000 square feet; Addition: 19,500 square feetServicesArchitecture, Engineering, Interior Design

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