Monday, April 1, 2013
Stubbs Muldrow Herin architects has been selected to design the North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary School. After masterplanning and designing a temporary campus for this school in 2011, SMHa, in conjuntion with consulting K12 architect Craig Gaulden Davis, will now design the new facility: an 86,000 square foot partial magnet school offering visual and performing arts curriculum to students in grades K-5. The facility will have a capacity of 600 students, and is anticipated to open in 2016.
Stubbs Muldrow Herin architects is a full-service architectural firm located in Mount Pleasant, centered on a variety of project types for primarily local and regional clients. The firm’s emphasis is on good planning, problem solving, sustainability and appropriate architecture for its place.
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