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December 2010

Zeigler Awarded AIASC Medal of Distinction

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The South Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIASC) awarded the Medal of Distinction, its highest honor, to Craig Gaulden Davis President Edward T. Zeigler, Jr, AIA at its 2010 Annual Meeting.

The AIASC Board of Directors confers the Medal in recognition of a significant body of work and/or service that has made a lasting influence on the practice of architecture in South Carolina.

Zeigler is completing his term on the AIA’s national Board of Directors, having served on the Board Knowledge Committee, Education Committee, Strategic Directions Group and as AIA Liaison to the American Institute of Architecture Students.

Stenger Gets License

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Stuart Stenger, AIA, LEED AP is a licensed architect, having successfully completed the Architect Registration Exam (ARE) earlier this fall.

Since joining Craig Gaulden Davis in 2006, Stenger has played a leading role in a variety of projects, including the Porter Memorial Branch Library in Covington Georgia, which is seeking LEED Gold certification, and R.T. Jones Memorial Library in Canton Georgia.

Stenger earned his Masters of Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design.