The Steele Group Architects In The News
- Steele Group Architects Makes Seamless Ownership Transition.
- Article from The Winston-Salem Journal about our involvement with the Forsyth County Central Library Project.
- Editorial from the Winston-Salem Journal praising the plans for the new Forsyth County Central Library.
- Article about our involvement with Poetry in Plain Sight.
Giving Back: Our Community Involvement
Steele Group Architects is committed to making the world a better place now and for future generations. Whether it is through our firm-wide commitment to creating sustainable and energy efficient buildings, through our “Design For Life” approach to architecture, or through donations of our time and expertise, giving back to the community is a core belief of our staff. We believe our values – sustainability, community service and social accountability – are directly tied to our broader business practice and make our firm a better place to work. Some of the groups that we are involved with are:
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation | triad.jdrf.org
Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County | www.habitatforsyth.org
ABC of NC Child Development Center | www.abcofnc.org
Downtown Arts District Association | www.dadaws.org
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont | www.girlscoutsp2p.org
Pedal for Penick | www.penickvillage.org
Habitat For Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County has a philosophy of a “hand-up, not a hand-out,” and has made homeownership a reality for more than 350 families in our community. As the largest builder of Energy Star Homes in our area, Habitat has improved not only where the homeowners live, but how they live as well. Our Matthew Rodda has volunteered on design teams for the two Green Build projects that have been built, and Steele Group Architects donated services to the design of the new Habitat ReStore, which aims to generate more than $1.2 million in sales and over $400,000 in profit annually to help fund programs and services for our local Habitat chapter.
The JDRF Ride to Cure
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) estimates that as many as three million Americans may have Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and that approximately 80 people are diagnosed with the disease each day. SGA is a proud sponsor of JDRF. Visit JDRF Ride to Cure for more information.