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
UR Robins Stadium featured
UR Robins Stadium featured in Inform MagazineLearn More
Check out this month’s issue of Inform Magazine for a spread on the new Robins Stadium at University of Richmond! The project received a Merit Award for Contextual Design from the Virginia AIA in November. From Inform: The university gained the necessary city and community approvals by thoroughly and sensitively responding to their expressed concerns about scale and impact. Seating arrangement and detailing of the Collegiate Gothic exterior minimize its size in what the jury described as a commendable interpretation of the campus’s architecture. The design custom fits the 8,700-seat stadium to the site and campus environment. The new stadium maintains campus-plan continuity on the site of the former First Market Stadium. Through close cooperation, the university responded thoroughly and sensitively to all community concerns.
VCU Academic Learning Commons
VCU Academic Learning Commons wins Best Institutional ProjectLearn More
We are proud to announce that Virginia Commonwealth University’s new Academic Learning Commons took home an award for Best Public Space at the 13th Annual GRACRE Real Estate Awards ceremony! BCWH had the pleasure of attending the ceremony last night at the County Club of Virginia. Winners were chosen based upon the projects overall impact on the community, economic impact, innovation and complexity. BCWH collaborated with KSS Architects and Baskervill on the new Academic Learning Commons. Read more about the project here.
Waynesboro Library Renovation
Waynesboro Library RenovationLearn More
BCWH and Tappe Associates were hired to renovate this 28,000 sf library, originally constructed in 1969. The first phase of the renovation accommodates a program and activities area for children including an office area for staff and a storage area for program supplies. The renovation also includes a large room for local history/genealogy, updated traffic flow for patrons and staff, easy access to the internet and information, flexible spaces, quiet study areas, computer terminals, and