We’re really excited to share a recent project our Charleston office is working on with Homes for Hope, a Greenville-based nonprofit. The Opportunity Center, located in North Charleston, will house local nonprofit offices, a business incubator, and a career training facility. Intended to
Backpack to the Future, a joint effort between the United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County, was this year’s theme for the annual School Supply Drive. Since 2007, the Drive has provided more than 12,100 students with items to help prepare them for school. The MPS Asheville Office was thrilled to
Cane Bay YMCA opened its doors to the public on April 27, 2019 in Summerville, South Carolina. McMillan Pazdan Smith, having served as the architect on the facility, was on-site to celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony that officially marked the Grand Opening of the brand-new center. The day was
Loud noises. Bright, flashing lights. Large crowds. These are just a few of the stimuli that can make a live concert or sporting event an overwhelming experience for individuals with sensory sensitivities – often leading to the decisions to leave early, or not even attend at all! At Bon Secours
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!