Founded in 1919, Stevens & Wilkinson has earned a reputation as an industry leader in innovation and design. As a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm, Stevens & Wilkinson offers design solutions that set a high standard for community growth and development. Their diverse portfolio of work includes projects for education, government, office/workplace, historic preservation, healthcare, military, and mixed use/urban housing.
In the early 2000s, Stevens & Wilkinson began incorporating sustainabe design principles on their higher education and federal facility projects. Recently, the firm contributed to the design of the John C. Godbold Federal Building, administrative office space for the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. This LEED Gold certified project combines sustainability, 21st century workplace design concepts and adaptive re-use of a historic building in downtown Atlanta.
The firm is currently working on its first LEED Platinum targeted project, located at The University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business. Bill Clark, principal at Stevens & Wilkinson, said “education and federal facilities are the core markets Stevens & Wilkinson serves, and they are the markets that have the right idea. These institutions are beginning to ask for efficient design. Innovative design firms have the ability to provide such facilities in a smart, sleek manner.”