PWArchitects, Inc., a commercial architecture firm that offers customized design solutions to their clients, announced today that they will be moving their architectural office to a new building in southwest Columbia.
The Lafferre Hall 1935/44 Renovation & Repair project will renovate approximately 40,000 GSF on the first floor to provide space for experiential teaching and learning labs, computer labs, student machine shop, and student team areas; and approximately 29,000 GSF for research space for engineering disciplines.
Principal: Brad Wright, Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Project Manager: Eric Roselle, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Office, Sustainable Design
The Conservation Department wished to consolidate their two facilities into one to make their Columbia operations more efficient, consolidate research and management, and save them money over the long term.
Principal: Brad Wright, Project Manager: Shannen Imsland, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Interior Design: Suzanne Wright, Churches
This 12,000 sq. ft. one story over half basement addition to the south side of the existing sanctuary at Parkade Baptist Church includes a new elevator, Narthex, greeting space, six classrooms and restrooms on the main level.
Principal: Chris Davis, Education, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Library, Churches, Sports & Recreation
With aspirations to increase the private school options in the region, the Diocese of Jefferson City hired the PWA team to develop a master plan and designs for a new Regional Catholic High School in Columbia, Missouri.
Principal: Brad Wright, Principal: Erik Miller, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Parks & Recreation, Sustainable Design
PWA teamed with the City of St. Joseph, the Missouri Department of Conservation and engineering and landscape design consultants to design the $4.5 million nature center that is the “crown jewel” of St. Joseph’s riverfront development.
With a design that has acheived the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification, the Eco Schoolhouse has become a teaching tool, allowing students to see, touch, and learn about the building's environmental and socially sustainable components.
This first phase of a multi-phase project for the Southern Boone County School District included one new building and improvements to various buildings on the school district's three separate campuses.