CGD Associate Gwinn Harvey has designed two projects for Greer First Presbyterian Church. The Columbarium was completed in spring 2013, and provides 265 niches, as well as a memorial wall for those buried elsewhere. The Church is also renovating the Landford and Gibson Building, which was originally constructed in 1938 as the Davenport Memorial Library. When complete, the building will house adult classrooms, meeting spaces and the church library.
Jackson Trice, a senior at South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities, won the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards gold medal for writing portfolio. Eight awards were given nation-wide. Jackson is the daughter of Vernon Trice of Vet 1. Vernon has provided IT services to CGD for over seven years. Hats off to the Trice family!
Stuart Stenger, CGD Associate, had the privilege of attending the recent PGA tournament and was amazed by the effort it takes to run such a large event so smoothly. He observed seemingly endless grounds of portable buildings and trailers, miles of electrical and data cables, countless volunteers and grounds crew, and a number of temporary structures for cameras and gallery. Stuart was intrigued by the unique architecture of the community, and beauty of the golf course. The community is composed of original homes from the 70’s, some with full renovations and additions, and other new construction on previous home sites. Each home had a distinct quality and style that added to the beauty of this historic golf community.