NarmourWright and SGA Announce Merger

We are pleased to announce that NarmourWright Architecture and SGA Architecture have merged. The newly combined firm fully integrates the expertise, capabilities, services and locations of both companies and will continue to be led by seasoned professionals. The new company will be called SGA | NarmourWright Design, in recognition of the merger and the legacy that both firms have worked so hard to build. Both firms are eager to join forces, sharing values, culture and commitment to the highest level of service to our clients and industry partners. The merger marks a new wave of expansion in our geographical footprint, menu

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NarmourWright Announces New Principals

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (December 13, 2018) – Charlotte-based commercial architecture firm, NarmourWright Architecture, is pleased to announce the promotion of Ryan Carver, AIA and Krista Karlson, AIA to the role of Principal. As the new generation of leaders, Carver and Karlson will complement one another in their respective roles within the company by overseeing the firm’s internal operations and client projects. “Ryan and Krista have both shown considerable leadership, talent and passion during their time with the firm, so I look forward to seeing them continue to excel in their new roles,” said Tom Wright, Co-Founder, NarmourWright. “I have complete confidence

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Congratulations, Kelly!

NarmourWright would like to recognize Kelly Steele for her commitment to her community and donating her time to multiple local organizations. Kelly was recently awarded The Volunteer of The Year Award from Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence (LCCADV). “This award is to recognize outstanding volunteer service which has contributed to the growth and success of the Coalition by giving time and expertise for the victims of domestic violence.” Kelly has volunteered an exceptional amount of time to arrange campaigns and events, performed graphic design work, and led the effort to redesign the website. Kelly has been instrumental in LCCADV’s growth. Lincoln

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The Cost of Affordable Housing

Once Stigma and Demographics of Affordable Housing have been explored one must ask, what is the true cost of Affordable Housing? It turns out building affordable housing is not particularly affordable. In fact, there is a huge discrepancy between what these buildings cost to construct/maintain and the rents most people can pay. Without subsidizing the costs, it is often impossible to provide affordable housing. According to studies by The Urban Institute there is not enough affordable housing in the United States; for every 100 extremely low-income households, there are only 29 adequate, affordable, and available rental units. Why does the

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