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    We are the guardians of people’s desires. - Erin Moseley

Dickinson Architects
  • Taliaferro Clock Tower
    Taliferro Clock Tower

    On the Clock

    Dickinson Architects provided architectural services and defined the scope of work for the restoration of this 100-year old courthouse in Crawfordville, Georgia.

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  • MedNow

    The Time is Now!

    Dickinson Architects was commissioned in 2013 to design the new Mednow located in Augusta, Georgia.  The two story, outpatient medical facility houses eight patient rooms, an imaging room, and a CT room.

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  • Euchee Creek Library
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    Check Out This Library

    The floor plan for this facility is a square rotated 45 degrees on another square and focuses on the circulation desk area which opens to a vaulted ceiling and windows above.

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Nick Dickinson Jr.

LEED Gold Achieved!!

written by Nick Dickinson, Jr.

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Dickinson Architects has achieved the prestigious LEED Gold rating on a recently completed design. The 70,000 SF commercial office building located at the Savannah River Site has unique energy saving systems and features. The building contains energy efficient lighting, a variable refrigerant HVAC system, low-flow water fixtures, solar panels, and an energy efficient building envelope. LEED Gold is the second highest certification a building can receive. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is an internationally recognized green building program. It provides building owners and operators with a framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.

   added February 1st, 2013

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At Dickinson Architects, we understand that a successful design incorporates a lot of criteria, none more important than the other. That’s why we approach each project understanding that budget, beauty and functionality are all equally essential ideas. We also understand that building can dictate mood; that the construction process, the ease of use and the sense of space can affect people on an emotional level. That’s why we usually try to err on the side of happy.
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