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Architects in Greenville, SC and Baltimore, MD


Peace Center Campus

Greenville, SC


Southern First Bank

Greenville, SC


Bethel Hanberry Elementary School

Blythewood, SC


A. Mario Loiederman Middle School Performing Arts Center

Silver Spring, MD


Hines & Riggins Center | Limestone University

Gaffney, SC


Clearedge Innovation Center

Severn, MD


Roper Mountain Science Center

Greenville, SC


South Carolina Children's Theatre

Greenville, SC



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Our Experience & Leadership

  • Over 115 awards for design excellence during the firm’s 65 years of practice
  • The first recipient of the prestigious American Institute of Architects South Carolina Firm award
  • Three firm principals have been honored with the AIASC Medal of Distinction, the highest award given to an individual in South Carolina
  • Five firm principals have been awarded the highest membership honor in the American Institute of Architects, the AIA Fellowship. Less than 3% of architects carry this distinction

Architects in Greenville, SC & Baltimore, MD

Comprised of an experienced, award-winning team, and led by principals who are directly involved in every project, you can rely on us to deliver a project that surpasses your needs. Trust Craig Gaulden Davis to deliver an experience you’ll enjoy; expect a building you’ll love. Our architects have experience in a wide range of fields, including education, commercial, civic, cultural arts, biophilic design and more.

We Love Making Clients Happy

Not only do their innovative designs meet the needs of all who teach and learn with each facility or renovation, Craig Gaulden Davis is a pleasure to work with!

Wayne Fowler, Ed.D., Retired SuperintendentAnderson School District One

CGD has given the South Carolina Upstate a dramatically beautiful and functional performing arts complex. Using ordinary materials, they’ve created two quietly elegant performing halls that blend with the existing historical structures.

Elizabeth Peace Stall, Past President, Board of TrusteesPeace Center for the Performing Arts Foundation

...I don’t think I have ever before seen the entire Committee so excited about a project, or known them to not have any suggestions for improvements to a plan. You all have clearly been blessed with very thoughtful participants in the planning process and are an outstanding architect. I am sure the chapel will be a place of joy, consolation, contemplation, and inspiration for generations to come.

Suzanne Hulst Clawson, Chair, Diocesan PlanningArchitecture and Construction Committee, Christ Church Episcopal School

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