Stevens & Wilkinson Gives Back to Discover Architecture
This fall, many architects and engineers at Stevens & Wilkinson committed their time and energy teaching students at Centennial Place Elementary School about architecture and design as part of the AIA Atlanta Discover Architecture after-school program.
Over a ten week period, thirteen budding 4th and 5th grade designers learned about architectural styles, drawing conventions, structural components, and landscape design. The students then put their knowledge to work in designing individual dream homes placed in a neighborhood setting created by the volunteer architects and engineers. The program culminated in presentations of the designs by the young architects to family, friends, and teachers.
In December, Discover Architecture won the AIA Georgia Bronze Medal Award for architectural education and outreach to the community-at-large. S&W staff include: John Abbott; Bill Clark; Melissa Chanin; Jae Chong; Phil Doele; Stacey Lucas; Laura Morton; and Aaron Noyes. Read the press release.
Stevens & Wilkinson Receives Design Awards
Stevens & Wilkinson receives Exemplary Project Leadership Award from SC Chapter of USGBC and a 2012 Merit Award from the AIA Columbia Chapter for the James E. Clyburn Research Center at MUSC in Charleston. The Center's Drug Discovery and Bioengineering buildings include research labs and was designed in conjuction with Goody Clancy and SST Lab Planners. The Bioengineering building is certified LEED Silver. Read the press release. For more information click here: James E. Clyburn Research Center at MUSC.
Stevens & Wilkinson received two design awards for the John C. Godbold Federal Building: the 2012 Award of Excellence in Rehabilitation from the Georgia Trust; and the 2012 Award of Excellence in Adaptive Use from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission.
Our firm provided design services for an addition and renovation to the certified historic building in downtown Atlanta. The project is comprised of the administrative office space for the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, which includes the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of two existing historic buildings adjacent to the Elbert P. Tuttle Courthouse. For more information click here: John C. Godbold Federal Building.
The Putnam County High School received the Spring 2012 Outstanding Award from Learning By Design. The school is 177,000 square feet and is designed for 1,000, 9th through 12th grade students, with a core capacity for 1,200. For more information click here: Learning By Design.
Stevens & Wilkinson Featured In GeorgiaTrend
Stevens & Wilkinson was featured in the September 2012 issue of GeorgiaTrend, highlighting companies with staying power. Read the article.