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CGD’s Powell Helps Recognize Student Work

By January 17, 2011January 25th, 2021Culture

Scott Powell, leader of K-12 Education design for Craig Gaulden Davis, was one of four jurors for a national design competition sponsored by American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS).  Winners were selected from nearly 200 students entries from architectural schools across the country. Students were charged with designing an innovative elementary school that utilizes Kawneer curtainwall glass systems. The first place winner designed an urban school in Seattle.

Child at deskPowell also serves on the board of the South Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and has won numerous AIA, CEFPI (Council of Educational Facility Planners International) and precast concrete design awards.   Award-winning projects include Mount Lebanon Elementary in Anderson, SC, Mt. Pleasant Academy in Charleston County and Carolina and Woodmont High Schools in Greenville, SC