The Waites is nearing completion and AL.com had an opportunity to take a tour of one of the luxury apartments.
We had the honor of attending the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the recently completed Strada Patient Care Center at the University of South Alabama. This state of the art building will host the USA Physicians Group practice, with 153 exam rooms and 16 nurses stations.
The Ronald McDonald House design team participated in the groundbreaking celebration as construction begins on the 28,543-square-foot addition.The new wing will include 28 guest suites, family living rooms, laundry rooms on the second and third floors and five extended-stay apartments. We are proud and excited to be able to serve and support such a great organization with our services.
WBA is working with Markstein to move their office to the second floor of the newly renovated Federal Reserve building in Birmingham. Their new offices will be an increase in area for their growing staff. We are excited to be a part of Markstein's new home.
Stop by Urban Cookhouse for lunch to see the latest project from WBA. Congratulations, Urban Cookhouse, on your newest addition.
1801 5th Ave N
Birmingham, AL 35203
We were again awarded runner-up in Alabama's architectural firms in Business Alabama's 2017 Top Rank listings. We are honored to be recognized by Business Alabama as a top performing Alabama architectural firm.
We had the opportunity to walk through Hand Arendall's new office space in the Federal Reserve building. Their offices are on the top two floors of the building and include conference rooms, a mock court room as well as a bar within one of the old vaults. Congratulations, Hand Arendall on the new office!
We are honored to be recognized in Birmingham Business Journal's "Book of Lists" as the largest architecture firm in the area for the 6th consecutive year in a row.
At WBA, giving back to the community is one of the firm's core values. We understand that as professionals we need to share our success and skills with the community. We are proud of our very own Jeremy Cutts and Sharon Hughes who volunteer as mentors for the Birmingham chapter of the ACE Mentor Program of America.
Along with other professionals in the area, they mentor local high school students throughout the school year and guide them on projects relating to engineering, building and design. These projects include planning city layouts, designing roads and building a gingerbread house.