Greenville Business Magazine just published their 2023 list of the 50 most influential people in South Carolina. As they put it, these are people who’ve found their purpose and are making a difference.
Our hats are off to Lighthouse Living for a nicely done video tour of The McClaren. This vibrant new mixed use development within Greenville’s West End District celebrates the contribution of Dr E.E. McClaren by combining the preservation of the historic McClaren Clinic with a modern high rise aesthetic.
Luke joined us in 2018 as an architectural designer and project manager. This year, the firm named him as an associate and he finally completed the paperwork for his architect licensure.
As a rising junior studying architecture at Clemson, I want to meet architects and designers, and see their work process for myself. I felt the best way to do this would be with job shadowing.
The Urban League of the Upstate has worked with the state legislature and City of Greenville to transform this historic building into a center that will promote health and quality of life in the Upstate.
The Upstate Business Journal recently took a look at major mixed-use projects in the Upstate. We were pleased to see the article list two of our projects.
Hughes Investments is working on an urban village along I-385 in Mauldin. Bridgeway Station will offer at least 1 million square feet of new apartments, offices, shopping, dining, lodging and entertainment.
Our reimagining of Greenville’s City Hall asks the question and offers an alternative — a global statement combining art, municipal government and entrepreneurship.
- Scott Johnston featured in Greenville Business Magazine 50 Most Influential
- Touring the McClaren
- Mill Village Ministries breaks ground for its new home
- At Home looks at restorative design
- Johnston Design Group welcomes Janine Bray
- It’s official. Luke Perry is now an Architect
- Job shadowing at Johnston Design Group
- New state and local funding help transform the McClaren Medical Shelter