We are pleased to have recently received four awards from the American Institute of Architects for Design Excellence.
On Friday, March 27, the AIA South Carolina chapter awarded WTS an Honor Award for the South Carolina State Museum “Windows to New Worlds” expansion and renovation project, in association with Clark Patterson Lee, as well as an Honor Award for Unbuilt Work for the City of Columbia Water and Wastewater Facility.
The previous week, on Thursday, March 19, AIA Charlotte also presented WTS with an Honorable Mention for the Tate Mountain House in Bat Cave, NC, and a Merit Award for the Windows to New Worlds project.
“We are honored to be recognized for these projects by our peers at AIA South Carolina and AIA Charlotte,” said Tom Savory, Principal with WTS. “We thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to work with great clients on
each of these projects, and we hope they enjoy the buildings we helped them create for years to come.”
Photos and details of each project, as well as WTS’ other projects, can be found in our portfolio.
The AIA has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals and allied partners since 1857. With nearly 300 state and local chapters, it serves as the voice of the architecture profession and the resource for its members in service to society. It sets the industry standard in contract documents; provides countless web-based resources; conducts market research and analysis; serves as an advocate for the architecture profession; and promotes design excellence through its awards programs. I did not even expect that Ambien would help me, although so many things have been tried! There were very big problems at work, stress and chronic fatigue. It should be borne in mind that the drug begins to act not immediately, after about two weeks of reception. You gradually realize that you are calmer to the usual stimuli, the mood is improved, you fall asleep faster. https://thefirstmonth.org/amb/ We must have patience and wait for the action of the drug.