The Columbia Public Schools' Early Childhood Learning Center is a 54,000 sq. ft. multistory new school building in northern Columbia on the property of Lange Middle School at 2201 Smiley Lane.
Principal: Brad Wright, Principal: Chris Davis, Principal: Erik Miller, Press Releases, Photographer: Dawn L. Andres, Office
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.
Excerpt from article in Columbia Missourian: "A new early childhood learning center for children in the Columbia Public School District is set to break ground on Sept. 28. The center will be for children from birth to 5 years old. The center will occupy 54,000 square feet in northern Columbia on the property of Lange Middle School."
Civic/Government, Principal: Erik Miller, Project Manager: Shannen Imsland, Project Architect: Heidi Hyland, Public Safety
The new 12,826 sq. ft. fire station on Rock Hill Road in Jefferson City is a 1 story, 3-1/2-bay Craftsman-style building with two small mezzanines in the apparatus bay for storage.
This new school project included programming, work sessions, spatial relationship diagrams and initial schematic design drawings and construction administration. The new school was completed in August of 2015.
Designed to be a recruiting tool and showcase for the college, this $6 million, 44,841 sq. ft. multipurpose facility includes on its 29,925 sq. ft. first floor a fitness center, student lounge and café, Student Life Department Administrative Offices, a Student Health Clinic, and a multipurpose gymnasium.
The new addition at Rock Bridge High School includes an auxiliary gym, weight room, wrestling room, varsity football locker room and three team locker rooms.
The new gym and classroom addition at Hickman High School includes a competition gym, a 2,200 seat football grandstand, and a two-story building housing classrooms for vocational studies.
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.
The renovation of Switzler Hall at the University of Missouri involved gutting the interior of the 20,759 gross square foot, four-level brick building and using a unique shoring system to support the exterior walls of the building from the inside while simultaneously reconstructing the building’s interior.
The Audrain County Historical Society believed it was essential to communicate the history record of the industry in the county and contacted PWA about designing an addition to their existing building that would serve as a Fire Brick Museum.
The new Williams-Keepers office, prominently located in a two-story office building in Columbia, Missouri is an approximately 20,000 square foot build-out of a shell space. Having grown out of a three-level building with an inefficient layout, their new space would be all on one level which would allow for the number of common facilities to be reduced and consolidated.
COPELCO Capital, a business financing and telecommunications company headquartered in New Jersey, wished to add on to their existing 6,500 square foot building. With the growing business world, COPELCO saw a need to expand the facility to accommodate approximately 200 employees. PWA was brought on board to meet these needs.
This two-phase project, formerly an insurance claim center and mail distribution facility, now houses all of the administrative functions of the Fire District.