Project Architect, Cary Perkins, recently wrote an article for The National Humane Society about how architecture influences visitors and animal flow and how good shelter design can increase adoptions, lower euthanasia rates and increase staff productivity. Read her blog post here!
Last week our Charleston office rode in the Jerry Zucker Ride for Hope event in memory and in honor of family and friends who have struggled, fought, won, or lost a battle with cancer, and...they beat their fundraising goal! We were proud to support MUSC's Hollings Cancer Center through Team MPS!
Soon, office, retail, hotel and residential space will grace the Charleston Harbor between Mount Pleasant and the peninsula. We've been working closely with Holder Properties to design a 5-story, 120,000 SF office building set within the mixed use development. The project is expected to complete in
"Joe Pazdan and Brad Smith met while in college and decided to open their own architect firm in 1993 — Pazdan-Smith Group of Greenville. The two business partners recently reflected on their successes and their gratitude for having one another to share ideas, visions, trust, as their business has
How do we create safer schools, yet still balance individual student freedom? Tomorrow is your chance to join the nearly 150 school leaders, designers, and other concerned citizens already signed up for this important webcast on K-12 campus safety. Join MPS’s Susan Baker, AIA, ALEP and Ben