Moseley Architects, one of the country’s top architecture and engineering firms, is expanding its footprint and establishing a new office in Charleston, S.C. Like the firm’s other locations, this office will provide clients with professional architecture and engineering services for educational, collegiate, municipal, senior living and multifamily housing projects. Charleston represents Moseley’s four location in the Carolinas.
The new office is located in downtown Charleston at 170 Meeting Street. Positioned in one of the city’s most culturally vibrant neighborhoods, Moseley Architects’ office is only blocks away from the College of Charleston, the Historic Charleston City Market, Waterfront Park and Rainbow Row.
Moseley Architects has served clients in South Carolina for more than half a century. Clients have included Berkeley County School District, Charleston County, Clemson University, Dorchester County, Fort Mill School District, Georgetown County, Greenville County, Kershaw County School District, Lancaster County School District, Marion County, Pickens County, Rock Hill School District, York County, as well as the State of South Carolina.
Bill Laughlin, chief operating officer, expressed his enthusiasm for the firm’s new location in Charleston. “Establishing a local presence will not only allow us to provide better service to our clients in the region, but it will permit us to be more active within the community, which aligns with our firm’s core values.”
Dan Mace, a member of the Board of Directors and South Carolina resident, offered his excitement for the firm’s growth. “I’m thrilled to have an office in Charleston. Our recent success in the Lowcountry made opening an office here a natural choice.”