David Wiesendanger is Principal and Vice President of BOUDREAUX, a Columbia, S.C. architecture, planning, preservation, and interior design firm.
With the firm since 2012, David’s dedication to a project’s success is driven by his 17 years of experience managing projects from the initial design phase through final construction. David’s passion for understanding the culture of our clients and developing a strategy to create a more efficient workplace is foremost in his approach. His depth of experience designing multiple types of spaces offers clients insight on methods for improving employee productivity through space planning. Having designed over one million square feet of office space, renovations and new construction, David’s ability to proactively collaborate with clients are essential to the efficiency and success of each project schedule.
David’s recent projects include University of South Carolina’s School of Law and Hamilton College Renovation, along with Richland County Recreation Commission’s award winning Gadsden Community Center. He is currently working on an addition to Christ the King High School in North Carolina, the new St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Columbia and USC’s Campus Village.
David is a member of the American Institute of Architects and serves an Executive Board Member for the Palladium Society of Historic Columbia.