Abrams completes Architectural Registration Exams

COLUMBIA, S.C., APRIL 26, 2011 – Quackenbush Architects + Planners is pleased to announce that Justin Abrams, AIA has successfully completed his architectural registration exams and is now registered to practice architecture in the state of South Carolina. He is also now a full member of the American Institute of Architects.

Abrams joined Quackenbush in May of 2006 after receiving his Master of Architecture degree from Clemson University. Abrams also holds a Bachelor of Science in Design from Clemson and continues to support his alma mater by serving as a guest lecturer and juror for the School of Architecture.

As an intern architect/designer, Abrams served on the design team for many of the firm’s significant projects, including the recent renovations to Ridge View High School, the Anne S. Crook Transportation and Logistics Center for Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College, and several offices in the Meridian Tower on Main Street.  With professional experience at other firms in Columbia and Greenville, Abrams is skilled in all phases of design. His extensive experience with construction administration makes him a knowledgeable and valuable member of our team throughout project execution.

Abrams is deeply involved in the state’s architecture community and is currently serving on multiple committees for the American Institute of Architects South Carolina chapter and as Past President of the executive committee for AIA Columbia. For the past several years, Abrams has also served as a delegate from South Carolina to the national AIA Grassroots conference in Washington, DC.


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