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July 2010

Tifton Library Recognized

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Craig Gaulden Davis, in association with Studio 3 Design of Augusta, Georgia and SC Barker Construction Company of Valdosta, Georgia have been awarded first place in the renovation category by the Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. (AGC) for their work on the Tifton – Tift County Public Library. The building was also awarded a merit award for Best Sustainable Practices.

The building, originally a post office, was converted to a Public Library in the 1980’s.


Beacon Street Master Plan

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Craig Gaulden Davis, in association with Rutledge Alcock Architects of Decatur, Georgia, are tasked with creating a master plan for the renovation or repurposing of the Beacon School complex in Decatur, Georgia.

On July 20 and July 21 community meetings were held to discuss the goals of the planning process, describe the building objectives and obtain input from residents, patrons of the building, and alumni of the Herring Street and Trinity High Schools. The design team also met independently of these meetings with building occupants to discuss their programming needs.

Current occupants of the building include the Decatur Police Department, the Decatur Active Living and the Children and Youth Services Divisions, the Decatur School of Ballet, the Decatur Civic Chorus, and the various artists with studios in the facility.

The next public meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21, at the Decatur Recreation Center.

Visit the City of Decatur’s website for more on the project.

Zeigler Moderates Art Panel

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CGD President, Ed Zeigler, AIA, moderated a panel of local architects and planners at the Greenville County Museum of Art during AIA Greenville’s Architecture Month. Ed and the panel examined the exhibition, A Portrait of Greenville, and interacted with the large audience on the topic, Shaping Greenville’s Skyline.

The Museum describes the exhibition as follows:

In 2010, you are invited to see Greenville, past and present, in paintings and photographs by major national and regional artists whose work has been brought together in A Portrait of Greenville, an exhibition that gathers together projects commissioned by the Greenville County Museum of Art over the past twenty-five years. Favorites by Stephen Scott Young are combined with new works by Andrew Lenaghan and John Moore, as well as Southern artists such as Edward Rice, William McCullough, and Tim Barnwell. The result is a selection of images both urban and rural, both modern and nostalgic, both historic and contemporary.

A Portrait of Greenville continues at the Greenville County Museum of Art through September 26, 2010.

For more on the exhibit, visit the Greenville County Museum of Art website.

50 Years Later at the Main Library

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Jesse Jackson, Dorris Wright, Elaine Means and Margaree Crosby of the Greenville 8 received library cards fifty years after their fight for integration of the public library in Greenville on July 16, 1960. Director Beverly James presented the cards to the group at the Hughes Main Library on July 10, 2010.

Visit Seven on Your Side for more on this story.

CGD Cleans Up at Asbury Hills

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Craig Gaulden Davis staff, along with other members of the Greenville Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), participated in Greenville’s 16th annual Hands On Greenville (HOG) Day on May 1, 2010. A day of public service, HOG Day volunteers completed more than 300 service projects for not-for-profit organizations in Greenville County. The AIA Greenville team worked on a variety of projects at Asbury Hills, a Methodist summer camp in Cleveland, South Carolina. CGD staff can now add roofing, painting, gutter assembly, carpentry, trail blazing and pool cleaning to their resumes.