The Greenwood County Library received Silver LEED Certification for its new headquarters library June, 27, 2011, making it South Carolina’s first LEED-certified public library. The library, which opened in September 2010, was designed by Craig Gaulden Davis and constructed by Yeargin Potter Shackleford Construction. “LEED” – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – is a green […]
The Newton County Library System dedicated the Porter Memorial Branch Library on January 10. The 19,200 square foot library, located about 30 miles east of Atlanta, is seeking LEED Gold Certification. The project is expected to be the first LEED Gold library in the state of Georgia. “LEED” – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design […]
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. […]
The Greenwood County Library opened to the public with a heavily-attended dedication ceremony. The new, 45,000 square foot building anchors Greenwood’s downtown redevelopment efforts. The building was designed by Craig Gaulden Davis and constructed by Yeargin Potter Shackelford Construction of Greenville, South Carolina. The new facility anticipates becoming South Carolina’s first public library to receive LEED certification.
Scott Simmons, Partner at Craig Gaulden Davis, will join two other South Carolina Architects in reviewing and recognizing exemplary work of North Carolina Architects. The AIA North Carolina’s Tower Awards recognize “… well-designed projects by AIANC members that exemplify historic preservation and adaptive reuse in renovation, restoration or rehabilitation of a historic structure; new / […]