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July 2006

Benjamin Named National Associates Director

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Brad Benjamin, an intern architect with Craig Gaulden Davis, has been selected as a Regional Associates Director of the American Institute of Architects’ National Associates Committee. He will represent the South Atlantic Region of the AIA, which includes South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia, through 2008.

The National Associates Committee represents and is an advocate for associates – typically architecture school graduates who have not yet achieved licensure – in the national, regional, state, and local components of the AIA.

Benjamin is a graduate of Clemson University and a Greenville native.

Clemson Microcreamery Opens Temporary Home

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Clemson University has opened The ’55 Exchange, an entrepreneurial center focused on the sale and marketing of ice cream, blue cheese and agricultural products produced on campus. Craig Gaulden Davis designed the facility, located in the Hendrix Student Center.

The lively sales center will serve as a short term home for the student-managed production and marketing of these distinctly Clemson products. University officials anticipate construction of a permanent facility at the intersection of Perimeter and Cherry Roads that will centralize production and retail operations and showcase student innovation.