The Faison Center Campus

LOCATION

Richmond, Virginia

SERVICES

Masterplanning

Over the last 15 years Baskervill has worked with the Faison Center to bring this campus – once home to Robert Shaw Controls – to life. Today, the Faison Center is home to five distinct buildings geared specifically to support people with autism through all phases of their life. The original building, designed by Baskervill in 1961 for Robert Shaw, was completely reimagined as the Center’s Main Building in 2006. Following completion of that project, we worked with Faison leadership to envision the future of the comprehensive campus, outlining uses and space needs and creating graphics to support long-term fundraising. In the ensuing years, we’ve been fortunate to build out many aspects of that plan, including housing for adults, recreation and community space, dedicated early education classrooms, and much more. Our work with the Center is ongoing as they look to continue expansion of their offerings to children and adults with autism and their families.

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