Virginia State Capitol
Virginia State CapitolLearn More
BCWH Architects served as associated architect with Hillier Architecture to complete renovations and an underground addition to the Capitol. This building, designed by Thomas Jefferson, still serves as the center of Legislative activities for the Commonwealth. As the local architect, BCWH Architects, worked closely with the House of Delegates, Senate, and Governor's aides to establish the programming requirements and space planning for all office areas and support spaces within the historic Capitol building and the
Green Schools Conference: Boston
Green Schools Conference: Boston Schoolyard InspiresLearn More
At BCWH, we aim to create environments that are timeless in design and thoughtful in approach. We are constantly working to use buildings and landscapes as teaching tools. By showcasing sustainable elements, each structure can help to educate about the impact that the built environment has on resource and energy usage. As the only national conference bringing together experts and stakeholders to influence sustainability throughout K-12 schools and school districts, the annual Green Schools National Conference offers an opportunity to learn about creative strategies for implementing green and sustainable schools and to take home real-life tools that can transform schools. During this year’s conference, Erin Richardson and Allison Powell found one session particularly interesting and relevant to their dedication to creating sustainable learning environments. Phoebe Beierle, Sustainability Manager, Boston Public Schools, and Kristin Metz, Education Consultant, presented on the building and sustainment of outdoor learning spaces through the Boston Schoolyard Initiative (BSI). BSI was established in 1996 Learn More »
Regardless of project type and scope, we begin our design work with an image of the completed project in mind: a vibrant place that is well suited to its purpose, firmly rooted in context, capable of sustaining a legacy of service and embraced by a community of stakeholders.
University of Richmond E.
University of Richmond E. Claiborne Robins StadiumLearn More
The stadium expansion on the University of Richmond campus will provide students, alumni, and fans with an exciting multi-sport venue that will serve the University's needs well into the future. The total stadium capacity of 9,000 will be divided into three seating sections: the West Grandstands, Seasonal end-zone, and the East Grandstands. Private boxes will cantilever over the main seating, adjacent to an indoor club entertainment as well. In addition to football, the stadium will