Stevens & Wilkinson Celebrates 30 Years of Architectural Excellence in South Carolina

February 1, 2008

COLUMBIA, SC – February 1, 2008 – Stevens and Wilkinson, a premier architecture, engineering and interior design firm, celebrates its 30th Anniversary during 2008.  For three decades, Stevens and Wilkinson has been helping to expandSouth Carolina’s business, political and educational districts by understanding their clients’ needs and designing state-of-the-art facilities to maximize their professional environment. 

Some of the state’s most respected leaders have turned to Stevens and Wilkinson as the premiere architectural firm of national prominence. The firm has helped to shape the capital’s skyline with projects including the South Carolina State House, The State Museum, Columbia Museum of Art, USC’s Colonial Center, Palmetto Health and others.

“Stevens and Wilkinson has not only provided our state’s businesses with exceptional working environments, but they have designed many of South Carolina’s most culturally significant attractions. They are an exceptional firm that has helped to highlight our state’s strengths while facilitating tremendous growth for the future,” said Mayor Robert Coble, City of Columbia.

Expanding their work into the Low country, Stevens and Wilkinson has been at the forefront of designing buildings that have considerably aided the educational and medical fields while incorporating the notable design of historical Charleston into its projects, including The Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit and the Drug Discovery Building at MUSC and College of Charleston’s Simons Center for the Arts.

Stevens and Wilkinson has taken their work into the Upstate with the Madren Center and the Fike Wellness Center at Clemson University. The firm has taken part in core campus planning study for Clemson that focused on providing new residence halls, dinning facilities and student union spaces within a historical context.

“Stevens and Wilkinson have provided Clemson University, and many other outstanding educational institutions, with advanced facilities that provide our students and faculty with the means for better learning and enhanced living, while maintaining the historic elements that make South Carolina such a great place,” said James Barker, President of Clemson University.

“It has been a great thirty years for our firm, and we are so pleased to have contributed to the enhancement of the thriving industries in South Carolina for this long. We have been able to work with many different aspects of business in this exceptional state, and we hope to continue this for many more years,” said Bobby Lyles, CEO of Stevens and Wilkinson. 

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