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As part of our 50-Years-in-GVL Celebration we are highlighting our experts. Nathan Asire’s passion is to design beautiful, functional, and timeless buildings that enhance worship. See our latest Foresight piece by Nathan and Burgess Metcalf:
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LS3P Apr 18
We were happy to host Master of Resilient Design students during their reviews today! Great work by all!
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LS3P Apr 18
We watched, along with the world, the devastating fire early this week at Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. Our team members quickly started sharing memories of their experience when first seeing the...
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LS3P Apr 16
Long rumored to be haunted, 12 W. Oglethorpe Avenue in Savannah is now an award winner! Congratulations to our visionary client and a great tenant. Thank you to The Georgia Trust for Historic...
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LS3P Apr 15
Congratulations to Community Star, Kathy Levitt! Your dedication to our community is an inspiration to us and so many others.
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LS3P Apr 12
We love being a resource for students! Today we welcomed Hoggard High School drafting students.
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LS3P Apr 12
As part of our 50-Years-in-Greenville Celebration we are highlighting current projects. is a traditional design our team has been crafting since 2015. We're excited to see the steel go up and look forward to the soaring structure this will become!
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LS3P Faith Apr 2
When she isn't designing church interiors LS3P Faith's Sarah Mandell gets creative with her fine art business . Currently, she is felting one landscape a day for 100 days featuring scenes from South Carolina -- we love her latest piece of a historic rural church!
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AIA South Carolina Apr 3
Congratulations to Brian T. Wurst of and for being elevated to the College of Fellows by !
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ACEMentorRDU Apr 10
Joining in on the fun with Design Blitz today at ! Mentors from and talked with students about all that has to offer for students interested in Architecture, Construction, & Engineering.
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LS3P Apr 11
Check out our latest Foresight posting by Lisa Pinyan on Courtesy is Timeless (Especially in the Modern Workplace). “Manner is personality—the outward manifestation of one’s innate character and attitude toward life.” - Emily Post.
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LS3P Apr 8
LS3P's Charlotte Blue gives us the skinny on the latest hospitality trends we're seeing around the industry - read more by clicking the image below!
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LS3P Apr 5
LS3P is honored to support Leadership Southeast Georgia in developing the next generation of leaders in our community!
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LS3P Apr 5
As part of our 50-Years-in-Greenville Celebration we are highlighting projects from the last 5 decades. One of those is Chatlos Chapel . Our founders Neal and Prince integrated the elegance of a traditional NC mountain chapel + technological sophistication.
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LS3P Apr 5
As part of our 50-Years-in-Greenville Celebration we are highlighting projects from the last five decades. One of those is the Chatlos Chapel at The Cove in Asheville, NC (completed in 1990). Our founders Jim...
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LS3P Apr 3
The new space looks great!
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LS3P Apr 3
Nice article on Charles Boney (a must read)!
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LS3P Apr 3
Thanks for the tour Hoffler Place! We had a great time checking out one of the latest & greatest in Downtown Charleston Student Living!
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LS3P Apr 3
We enjoyed playing a part with Seamon Whiteside in the exciting developments taking place at Green Pond Landing & Event Center. Check out the full story from WSPA linked below:
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LS3P Apr 2
Congrats to MUSC Children’s Health on their first day open yesterday at the MUSC Children's Health R. Keith Summey Medical Pavilion! We know the patients and their families, staff, and community love the new building as much as we do!
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