Projects

Cross Laminated Timbers (CLT)
Industrial
Multi-family
Hospitality
Hospitality Projects
Higher Education
Commercial
Parking Decks
Mixed Use

We minimize the structures impact on the cost of the project by maximizing the efficiency of the structure, without sacrificing the quality.

Mixed Use Projects
Sports Facilities
Community
Historical
Healthcare
Schools K-12

Mixed Use

We minimize the structures impact on the cost of the project by maximizing the efficiency of the structure, without sacrificing the quality.

Brevard Residence Hall

Britt, Peters and Associates provided services for the new 4 story, 30,000 square foot residence hall for Brevard College. The $6.38 million facility will be the fifth residence hall on the Brevard Campus and will help college accommodate their recent increase in enrollment.

The use of masonry shear walls allows for a large percentage of windows to allow for increased natural light.

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Clemson Genetics Center 1

The Greenwood Genetics Center opened its campus to Clemson scientists and endowed professors whose teams research diagnostics and therapeutics that have the potential to provide immediate diagnosis of a variety of diseases. Clemson University is currently working in partnership with the Greenwood Genetics Center on education and research activities associated with human diagnostics and central nervous system research in cognitive development, autism and birth defects.

Home 2 Suites

In 2013 Sycamore Investment Group began the design process for a multi-million dollar hotel project in downtown Greenville. The hotel will be a 72,584 SF facility including a pool and patio area, as well as a 2-story underground garage. The structure consists of 3 levels of . The lateral system consists of combination of cast in place and CMU shear walls.

AC Hotel by Marriott

Britt, Peters and Associates, Inc. provided the structural engineering services for this new $20 million, 108,000 SF, 11 story hotel in downtown Spartanburg, SC. The hotel will include 120 guest rooms, 2,000 SF of flexible meeting space, a restaurant, and an outdoor pool. The top of the hotel will feature an indoor/outdoor rooftop bar and terrace that will provide 360-degree views overlooking Spartanburg. The hotel’s architectual design and exterior building materials will blend the old and the new forms in keeping with the texture and character of downtown Spartanburg.

466 King

The building suffered significant fire damage to the interior wood joists therefore the structure needed to be completely replaced. With the structure being 120+ years old it was crucial to keep the historic Charleston elegance by taking great care recreating the exterior façade to match its original appearance. The new design also was required to accommodate the high seismic loading and incorporate the stringent earthquake detailing required for Charleston.

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Our National Experience

We’ve worked around the country in a variety of sectors—including hospitality, restaurant, telecom, grocery and more—to design the structures that house America's top brands and concepts.

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