Branded Environments: Cultivating Connections A branded environment extends beyond using a specific color palette or logo, it is an identity woven into the framework of your space. Branded environments are no longer limited to multi-billion dollar organizations. We experience and interact with branded environments daily- from schools, hospitals, airports, offices, hotels, museums, and churches. These carefully crafted spaces utilize both
Back the Pack Columbia K-12 Architect and Senior Project Manager Jimmy Wilhide, a dedicated member of the Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation Board, and K-12 Marketing Manager Taylor Morris have actively participated in the impactful Back the Pack program multiple times over the past year. This program is a collaboration between Rock Hill Schools and Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation
Eden Village Groundbreaking and Stocking Over 100 people turned out for the groundbreaking of the Eden Village Community Center on October 9th. Eden Village, a Design in Kind project out of the Wilmington office, will be a transformative community of 30 tiny homes to house the chronically homeless. Eden Village has become a national movement, with 6 other communities currently
GSP and AVL Team Members Join for the Annual Ville to Ville Relay Members from the Greenville and Asheville Offices participated in the annual Ville to Ville Craft Brew Relay this past weekend on 4/15/23 as team 'Legs Miserable'. The relay team consisted of 6 brave souls (Brianna Faris, Will Hinkley, Rob Stenhouse, Emma Enache, Alex Sanchezand Jonathan Navarro) trekking
ILM Team Members Participate in AIA Legislative Day Charles Boney, Jr., Tanya De Leonand Matt Barnett represented LS3P during AIA‘s legislative day today, April 19. They met with our regional representatives to support the joint AIA/ AGC legislative agenda, which includes energy code issues, building code issues, and increased funding for State projects that are now underfunded due to inflation.
Greenville Team Members Participate in Local High School Career Fair Jonathan Navarro, Matthew Santilli and Marissa DeLoreto visited the Hillcrest High School Career Fair where they used both 3D printed models, renderings, and drawing sets to share with the students what we do as Architects, Interior Designers, and Urban Planners. The VR headset was a big hit with the students
Work on Wilmington Wilmington team members spent a weekend painting for their Work on Wilmington project. Work On Wilmington is organized each year by Leadership Wilmington class members. Participants in the Leadership Wilmington program solicit projects from the community, fundraise to complete the work, and seek out volunteers from the community to complete the projects as part of New Hanover
ILM Employees Help at Packing Party for Diaper Bank Wilmington employees volunteer at a packing party with NC Diaper Bank, a WAG - Wilmington Associates Group event. The Diaper Bank helps low-income families keep their young children clean, dry, and healthy by providing 6 diaper distributions each year. Diaper Bank members receive 30 to 60 diapers, depending on supply, and
SAME Golf Tournament Some of our team members were able to participate in the SAME Golf Tournament at Beau Rivage, headed up by our Civil Engineering Corps Officer in the United States Navy Reserve. SAME, the Society of American Military Engineers, is a fantastic organization that we are proud to support.
Principal for a Day Hosted by Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and New Hanover County Schools Matt Bramstedt and Bobby Croghan participated in “Principal for a Day” sponsored by the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and New Hanover County Schools. They both shadowed Principals, Matt shadowed Debra Calvert of College Park Elementary School, and Bobby shadowed Brad Lewis at Holly Shelter Middle