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Alison Cave and Elissa Bostain join Liollio Architecture
Alison Cave, Assoc. AIA and Elissa Bostain, Assoc. AIA, have joined Liollio Architecture as architectural interns. Alison received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Clemson University and Bachelor of Architecture from North Carolina State University. Elissa is a graduate of Clemson University School of Architecture in undergraduate studies.
Charles Muldrow, President of Stubbs Muldrow Herin architects, Appointed to the South Carolina Board of Architectural Examiners
Charles Muldrow, AIA, LEED AP BD+ C, a founding partner and president of Stubbs Muldrow Herin architects, inc. has been appointed to the South Carolina Board of Architectural Examiners. The purpose of the board is to regulate the practice of architecture in South Carolina through requirements such as licensing, certificates of authorization and registration requirements.
Agnew-Rincon Evolves into Adeptus Architecture
After evolving from a small, Upstate firm into a national practice with clientele in over fifteen states, Agnew-Rincon Architects is pleased to unveil its new name, Adeptus Architecture. The name change comes on the eve of the firm’s 25th anniversary, and serves to exemplify its consistent growth of clientele including major universities, municipalities, urban mixed-use complexes, institutional and commercial organizations. “Adeptus” comes from the Latin meaning, “specialized expertise in a discipline.”
“For the past 25 years, our firm’s corporate vision has been to apply this type of ‘specialized expertise’ to all aspects of our practice—allowing us to provide superior client service and to envision and realize exceptional projects that address our clients’ diverse goals, needs and budgets,” noted W. Barry Agnew, A.I.A., President. “Our new name, Adeptus Architecture, better exemplifies the full range of services we provide to our diverse clientele.”
As a multi-disciplinary architectural, design and master planning firm, Adeptus Architecture prides itself on producing functional and cost-effective projects with emphasis on a design sensitivity that addresses both the human and natural environments. With an extensive background in master planning, new construction, renovation/adaptive re-use and total project management, Adeptus has successfully designed over 1,000 projects since its establishment. The firm’s goal is to continue providing responsive, client-oriented solutions while addressing changing issues of development today.
More information on Adeptus Architecture can be found on the company’s website at www.adeptusarchitecture.com.
Watson Tate Savory Liollio Architecture Announces a Return to its Legacy Firms, Liollio Architecture
Effective September 1st, Watson Tate Savory Liollio Architecture announces a return to its legacy firms, Liollio Architecture, with offices in Charleston and Asheville and Watson Tate Savory, with offices in Columbia and Charlotte. While each firm will pursue future projects independently, we will also retain WTSL to serve on-going projects and respond to unique opportunities as they arise. We are excited to again embrace the rich cultures that have defined each of our firms for decades, and look forward to periodically working together to engage the special synergy we have discovered while practicing as Watson Tate Savory Liollio.
AIA Greenville Hard Hat Tour of the Renovation to the Hyatt on Main Street in Greenville
AIA Greenville supports a series of Hard Hat Tours for interns looking for IDP hours in construction observation. The renovation (by McMillan Pazdan Smith) includes updating the current lobby and bar area as well as the main plaza on Main Street that is used frequently by the city of Greenville for events. Head the tour is Lisa Lanni, AIA. The group met at a restauratn across the street to discuss the project further after the tour: