Environmental Design in K12 Facilities

McMillan Pazdan Smith | July 15, 2019

Understanding the relationship between how students are taught and how students learn is a constant cycle. Every student has a unique learning style, and, as a result, teachers have responded by offering content in a variety of formats. Susan Baker, AIA, ALEP, Senior Architect in McMillan Pazdan

MPS Celebrates with Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System at the Re-Opening of the West End Library

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 28, 2019

As Atlanta’s West End neighborhood explores their newly refreshed library space, we’re celebrating right alongside them! We loved being part of this important community project and can’t wait to hear stories of how it’s improving lives and impacting culture. And, with six more of these Phase II

Union County Carnegie Library Receives Historic Preservation Honor Award

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 27, 2019

The legacy we create as architects is not just what we build, but also what we preserve. We consider it part of our mission to work diligently alongside our fellow South Carolinians in caring for the historic buildings and structures across our state. It’s a tremendous honor to have the work at the

Exciting Progress at Cleveland Hall

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 20, 2019

Originally built in 1905, the historic Cleveland Hall house near Spartanburg’s Converse Heights neighborhood celebrated its first 50 years in 1956, right as our firm was opening for business just down the street. Now, more than another 50 years later, we’re thrilled to be part of the collaborative

McMillan Pazdan Smith Visits Future Site of Unity Park

McMillan Pazdan Smith | June 17, 2019

On Wednesday, McMillan Pazdan Smith joined Mayor Knox White, members of the Greenville City Council, representatives from the local community, and lead designers MKSK to visit the future site of Unity Park on the west side of downtown Greenville. Our intern Lawson Day got the chance to take in the