Category Archives: Architecture

SeamonWhiteside Plays Key Role in $28M Higher Education Learning Facility

SeamonWhiteside, local landscape architecture and civil engineering firm, has completed its key role in yet another community-shaping project, The Continuum. The Continuum in Lake City is a $28M higher education learning facility for Florence Darlington Technical College and Francis Marion University. SeamonWhiteside performed the Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture on the project. They teamed with…
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Former Tri-County Technical College President Joins McMillan Pazdan Smith

McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture is pleased to announce the recent hire of former Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) President and workforce development advocate, Dr. Ronnie L. Booth. [caption id="attachment_43406" align="alignleft" width="240"] Dr. Ronnie Booth[/caption] As President of TCTC beginning in 2003, Dr. Booth worked closely with the South Carolina Technical College System, the community, and industry…
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LS3P Welcomes William Schlein, AIA, Healthcare Practice Leader

[caption id="attachment_43192" align="alignleft" width="300"] Willy Schlein, AIA, LS33P Healthcare Practice Leader[/caption] LS3P is pleased to welcome William “Willy” Schlein, AIA, who joins the firm as Healthcare Practice Leader. Schlein brings over 25 years of healthcare experience in programming, planning, design, project management, and construction. His previous professional experience includes roles as Director of Healthcare Architecture,…
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Liollio Architecture’s Allie Beck Achieves Architectural Licensure

[caption id="attachment_42905" align="alignleft" width="1773"] Allie Beck, AIA[/caption] CHARLESTON SC − Liollio Architecture is pleased to congratulate Allie Beck, AIA, for earning her architectural licensure and becoming a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), a professional organization for architects in the United States. A registered architect must complete an internship and pass a rigorous…
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