Parking for the RailYard Tower is conveniently located via an attached parking garage, or find ample, off-street parking within close proximity to the building.
Some of the Charlotte crew pose during our firm-wide meeting, Cultivate.
At Independence High School, J.P. Peterson donated iPads, 20 books by African American author Jason Wilson (“Cry Like A Man”), and spoke about continuing education and navigating corporate America as a minority.
Snapshots from the Charlotte MPS WELL cooking class.
Pink Out Day, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, is a chance to express your personal style.
Minta Ferguson "Goes Over the Edge" in support of STEM opportunities for underprivileged kids in the Queen City.
Charlotte celebrates the holidays outdoors at Top Golf.
AIA Charlotte sponsored a coloring book (our team contributed) to donate to Levine Children’s Hospital.
Steve Boyce shares the secret to his honey bees.
The Higher Ed team reviews a conceptual model for Duncan and Peacock Hall at Appalachian State University.
Our team attends AIA Charlotte Women In Architecture.
Scott Hinson take young architects through training on Bring Your Kids to Work Day.
Our office is located in the South End of Uptown Charlotte, in the RailYard South Tower. South End originated in the 1850s expanding with the city’s first railroad line, connecting Charlotte to Charleston and Columbia, SC (where we also have two other office locations). With our office less than a block from light rail, and easy access to I-77 and I-277, the South End allows us to serve our expanding client base with ease. In the RailYard’s 8-story building, an average floor offers 20,000 square feet per level, also providing additional workspace for our growing team. The LEED Silver Certified building was built in 2019.