Williams Blackstock Architects is proud to serve the communities of St. Clair County. The new Northside Medical Home in Pell City, Alabama celebrated its grand opening with a number of ribbon cuttings.
Williams Blackstock Architects is excited to be working with Children's of Alabama to design their new office space and parking deck.
We had a rocking good time at the 2017 IDIES Awards last month with other Birmingham area interior designers. The theme for the night was rock and roll bands and our designers posed as Devo for their "album cover." Business Alabama has a great write up covering the awards that took place at Iron City Bhm. We were honored to take home awards for Nike Birmingham Retail Showroom and Lewis Communications.
The Waites is nearing completion and AL.com had an opportunity to take a tour of one of the luxury apartments.
We were featured in this months Business Alabama issue in their TopRank Alabama Profiles 2017.
Architecture is a part of our daily life; it’s essential yet personal. At Williams Blackstock Architects, architecture is about you! We are honored to be a part of Alabama’s growth and are dedicated to designing inspirational buildings and improving our communities. Thank you for allowing us to design spaces for you to live, work, shop and play.
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 soon-to-be completed Federal Reserve Building opened its doors for the local media to tour as the Lin Emery kinetic outdoor sculpture was unveiled. Williams Blackstock Architects has been working with Hoar Construction to complete the project for its opening in February. Stay tuned for the announcement of the future tenants moving into the space, WBA has been working with Hand Arendall and Urban Cookhouse to complete their interior spaces.
Medical Properties Trust's donation of $500,000 gets the Ronald McDonald House expansion closer to its $7.5 million goal.
Business Alabama has a great article on the "overhelming" challenges that were overcome in the construction of the Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum expansion.