Anderson Small Projects
Small design projects are often the building blocks for the large-scale projects that support a city’s overall development goals. While large-scale developments often receive the spotlight, the cumulative impact of numerous small projects truly enhances the functionality and resilience of the places we call home. Projects like the City of Anderson Fire Station Day Room and the Anderson Recreation Center Lobby Renovations are recent examples of the initiative the City of Anderson has taken to maintain infrastructure, enhance the community, and accommodate for continuous growth. From the construction or renovation of local businesses, community centers, parks, and municipal buildings, these types of projects contribute to the overall growth and livability of cities. They help create employment opportunities, stimulate economic activity, and improve the quality of life for residents. By investing in these smaller-scale initiatives, cities can effectively address the evolving needs of their population, promote sustainability, and ensure a thriving environment. DP3 Architects has been privileged to partner with municipalities across South Carolina on their small-project goals. With every project, no matter the size, it is our hope that our expertise will act to enhance, support, and enable communities for generations to come.