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“It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” 🎶 Here’s a #throwbackthursday to 1963, when one of our owners, Mark, was featured with his family in the local newspaper. ‘Tis the season for giving, love, family, and traditions! What are some of your favorite holiday traditions? ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
The 2020 Color of the Year is here! Pantone chose the color Classic Blue 19-4052 for its “timeless and enduring qualities”. For those of you interested in some of the top paint company choices: Sherwin Williams stayed in a similar trend with Naval SW 6244, a deep navy. Benjamin Moore and Behr both chose a softer option with First Light, a pastel pink, and Back to Nature S340-4, a light green. We love keeping up with the trends and can’t wait to incorporate these palettes into our projects next year! Which one is your favorite?? ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
We would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, from our AP family to yours!! 🦃 ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Congratulations to the Craddock Terry Hotel and Event Center for ranking No. 6 in the Condé Nast Traveler annual Readers' Choice Awards for "Top 10 Hotels in the Mid-Atlantic"! Now let's throw it back to where it all began with a fun before and after photo 😊 What a wonderful journey! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Birthday Bill!! We all hope you have the best day full of love, laughter, and cake! 😉 Happy Friday! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Birthday, Bill!!!
Happy Happy to you!!
Architectural Partners is in Lovingston, Virginia.
2 months ago
Construction is coming along at the Nelson Memorial Library addition project. The building is taking shape and ready for the green metal roof coming next! Take a look at our design renderings for a comparison. @ Lovingston, Virginia ... See MoreSee Less
Our hearts are deeply saddened to hear the news of Megan's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. Megan worked with us as an Architectural Designer and was involved in several of our projects. As we reflect back on her time working with us, we are reminded of her radiant personality. Megan had a way of always making you smile. Her wide laughing grin, her happy face, her eyes full of excitement, her enthusiasm for anything, her wonder and joy in all things - it just made you smile. We will not forget her smile - or her energy. She knew how to work hard. Getting a master's degree in architecture is not easy, but she plowed through and was undaunted and totally recharged by any encouragement. Megan was fifth gear, all out, totally ready for whatever was next and eager to take on new challenges with an unmasked glee that amazed us. That's her legacy at this office. ... See MoreSee Less
A tremendous tribute to your colleague and friend. A reminder to impact in life no matter the length of it.
My condolences to each of you on the loss of your precious friend and co-worker...
Beautiful tribute to an amazing friend. 😢
Such a wonderful tribute for Megan.
Rest In Peace Megan. Sending prayers 🙏🏻
I just met megan in august. I was drawn to her fun loving nature instantly and we had such fun for just a couple hours... but she is unforgettable! My condolances to all who knew her well and her friends and fsmily! What an amazing woman!
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Christin Gregores Fox
My condolences to all of you on the loss of your coworker and friend
Happy Monday! To start off the week, here’s the latest look at our progress on the Sessions Boutique Hotel project in Bristol! ... See MoreSee Less
Guessing "sessions" refers to the recording sessions of the late 1920's?
Help us give a shout out to one of our architects, Brian Goldman, today as we wish him a big Happy Birthday!! 🥳 Here’s to starting the week off right, and we hope you have the best day! ... See MoreSee Less
Brian's Birthday Catch 🎣🎉
Happy Birthday, Brian ! 🎂🎁🎉
Happy birthday, Brian! May God bless you!
Architectural Partners is at Krise Building.
2 months ago
Let’s talk about problem solving! How do you construct an infill wall on a historic building (located in a dense urban site) to compound the issues that scaffolding placement could not be performed and using a swing stage to apply the wall system isn’t an option? Our architects here at Architectural Partners created concept ideas to solve this exact problem with the use of panelization. Structural Engineering (provided by Master Engineers and Designers) had to be performed on the prefabricated wall panels for transportation and hoisting purposes. Here are some photos from The Krise Building project showing how to achieve these unforeseen issues at a construction site (construction overseen and provided by Jameson-Lewis). The process worked out great and ended up being the best way to construct this wall, even if we had an option of scaffolding! ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome and amazing!!