Neighbor to Neighbor Campaign: Wilmington This holiday season, we honor the colleagues, clients, and friends who make our neighborhoods great. On your behalf, and with gratitude for your friendship, LS3P is donating to nonprofit organizations in each of our eight cities. Our Wilmington office came together this holiday season to collect toys for TA Loving. TA Loving collects toys and
Angela Falk Douglas Joins Leadership Wilmington Wilmington Healthcare Architect Angela Falk Douglas has joined the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class of 2021. This 10-month program aims to educate, challenge, and motivate leaders to explore local issues and challenges, the dynamics of regional social and economic change, and diversity and inclusion opportunities, with a goal of community enhancement in mind.
Operation Christmas Child As part of our charitable donation drive based on our 55 years of service to our clients and communities, our Wilmington office bought, packaged and delivered 55 gift-filled shoeboxes for boys and girls.  Operation Christmas Child is a Samaritan’s Purse project.

Our Wilmington community was hit hard by Hurricane Florence, but the area is proving to be resilient.  We are grateful for the prayers, good wishes, and assistance you have offered the Wilmington office this fall.  There are many stories of bravery and sacrifice in service to others, and I am proud to say that LS3P is living up to our

LS3P's "Beach Trolly" Featured in CANstruction 2010 CANstruction 2010 was a success for the second year in a row for LS3P Wilmington! Our uniquely designed “Beach Trolly” won the Best Use of Labels award and Best Meal award! The Trolly was constructed of 4308 cans of food, 170 bags of pasta shells, 24 boxes of spaghetti, 480 bottles of water,

Using their design and construction skills, LS3P employees unite with fellow architectural and engineer firms to help feed the less fortunate with AIA’s annual Canstruction Competition. These creative masterpieces, consisting entirely of canned goods, are donated to local food banks. The theme for the 2009 competition was “USS North CANolina”. Over 2,200 cans were donated to area food banks as