Williams Blackstock Architects is excited to be working with Children's of Alabama to design their new office space and parking deck.
At WBA, giving back to the community is one of the firm's core values. We understand that as professionals we need to share our success and skills with the community. We are proud of our very own Jeremy Cutts and Sharon Hughes who volunteer as mentors for the Birmingham chapter of the ACE Mentor Program of America.
Along with other professionals in the area, they mentor local high school students throughout the school year and guide them on projects relating to engineering, building and design. These projects include planning city layouts, designing roads and building a gingerbread house.
The soon-to-be completed Federal Reserve Building opened its doors for the local media to tour as the Lin Emery kinetic outdoor sculpture was unveiled. Williams Blackstock Architects has been working with Hoar Construction to complete the project for its opening in February. Stay tuned for the announcement of the future tenants moving into the space, WBA has been working with Hand Arendall and Urban Cookhouse to complete their interior spaces.
WBA was thrilled to be a part of the groundbreaking at the future site of the Collat School of Business. The four story building, located at the corner of University Boulevard and 13th Street South, will feature state-of-the-art classrooms, training rooms and labs for behavioral research. Williams Blackstock Architects is honored to be working with Robert A.M. Stern Architects to make this UAB project a success.