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The D in CGD

Bill Davis grew up in Clinton, South Carolina, not far from Earle Gaulden's hometown of Laurens. He began work at Craig and Gaulden Architects on January 1, 1966; by 1978, the firm's title bore his name, and Craig, Gaulden & Davis Architects had local and regional repute as a leading design firm.

Bill has contributed lasting regional impact and pushed the envelope in the fields of building design and brewing. Ultimately his life is defined by impactful architecture and great beer in the friendly environs of Upstate South Carolina.

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On The Mountain
Roper Mountain Science Center is a well-established center for hands-on learning in Greenville, an educational pillar in our community. CGD has been working on Roper Mountain since the late sixties, and recently won the design for the new Environmental Science & Sustainability Building.

The new building will feature specialized exhibit designs that aid in teaching sustainable living, water conservation, and animal care, with flexible classroom spaces, to support the Center's STEAM-based curriculum.

Enjoy these conceptual renderings of the new Environmental Science & Sustainability Building, and stay tuned as the design develops!
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Kirk's Paradigm: Right Program
Kirk's Paradigm says, for a great project you’ve gotta have the right owner, the right program, the right site, the right budget, the right contractor, and the right architect. If one of these is missing, the whole project can suffer for it. If you can get all six things to come together, then you have an opportunity to make something great.
 
This week: Gotta Have the Right Program!
Kirk’s Paradigm is brought to you by Principal and project architect, Scott Simmons.
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