Independent Tribune, Concord, NC (July 2, 2019) – Cabarrus County Commissioners on Monday experienced the first 3D images of the possible future of downtown Concord, viewing renderings of the Cabarrus County Courthouse as it could exist at the completion of the project. During commissioners’ agenda work session, officials also welcomed the public’s input and announced…

Charleston, WV, May 11, 2019 – During tonight’s AIA WV 2019 Design Awards Gala held at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center, Silling Architects was recognized with an AIA West Virginia Citation Award for the John Marshall High School Additions and Renovations project. Established in 1968 and named after the 4th Chief Justice of the…

By Jamie Null, West Virginia Executive – December 2018 Fifty-one years after moving to 123 Capitol Street, the Kanawha County Public Library is getting ready to undergo a major renovation that has been years in the making. According to Monika Jaensson, the Kanawha County Public Library board president, a grassroots campaign sponsored by the Vote…

Jersey City, NJ – November 2018 Silling Architects once again sent representatives to the AIA Academy for Justice Architectural (AAJ) Conference held this year in Jersey City, New Jersey. The AAJ Conference promotes and fosters the exchange of information and knowledge between members, professional organizations, and the public for high-quality planning, design, and delivery of…

By Aziza Jackson, Correctional News | October 12, 2018 CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Franklin County officials are making way for a new judicial center that will be built next to an existing courthouse originally built in 1865. West Virginia-based Silling Architects is serving as the courthouse architect for the new Franklin County Courthouse, while Chambersburg-based Noelker…

August 30, 2018 Silling Architects is pleased to partner with the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority in bringing the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design to our city to study the programmatic and urban design challenges and opportunities of the Charleston Town Center Mall. A group of fifth-year undergraduate and graduate students in…

AIA West Virginia – January 2018 The Board of Directors of the American Institute of Architects Region of The Virginias has selected Marie McCauley, AIA, as Regional Director for the 2018 – 2019 term on the Young Architects Forum, a National AIA Committee. Marie graduated with a Bachelors of Architecture degree from the University of…

CHARLESTON, WV, January 2018 Silling is pleased to announce the additions of Marie McCauley, Mitchell Riggleman, Josh Tawney, and Joey Kutz to the firm. Born and raised in Ripley, WV, Marie is a licensed architect with over ten’s experience and will serve a valuable role in contributing to our creative design studio. She has worked…

By Jeff Morris, WCHS News | November 2017 CHARLESTON, WV (WCHS/WVAH) — The Kanawha County Public Library, whose leaders had previously explored the idea of building a new library at a new location, will be staying at its current site in downtown Charleston and will undergo additions and renovations estimated to cost $27 million. Library…

By Darlen J. Swiger, Clarksburg Exponent Telegram | September 2017 Part I – “Constructing New Judicial Annexes Has Benefits, Officials Elsewhere Say” CLARKSBURG — If Harrison County officials decide to construct a new judicial annex instead of renovating the courthouse, they won’t be the first in the state to do so recently. Lewis County officials…

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