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Glick Boehm & Associates Inc.: Designing exceptional buildings with a personal touch

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Gary Boehm (from left), AIA CSI LEED AP; Shawn Mellin, AIA LEED AP; Myles Glick, AIA LEED AP.


elebrating 35 years in business, Glick/Boehm & Associates, Inc., an architectural, interior design and planning firm, has found success in designing exceptional buildings with a personal touch.

“We want to add value for our clients,” says Myles Glick, founding principal. “We consider how people will feel utilizing different design options, how they will move through the spaces.” 

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493 King St., Suite 100
Charleston, SC 29403

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Three principal architects on staff, Myles Glick, Gary Boehm and Shawn Mellin, have combined over 100 years of experience. Commercial projects span all types of buildings: schools, restaurants, offices, churches, government buildings and more. Currently under construction is the Beach Club Hotel at Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina.

“We always start with the client’s goal and use our experience and expertise to offer personal attention,” says Gary Boehm, principal.

The firm designed the multimillion-dollar Fountain Walk project next to the aquarium in downtown Charleston as well as the Pawleys Island post office, which received several awards for design excellence.

“We know how to respond to each client’s unique situation and desire,” Boehm says. “We have a high level of commitment to every project and follow it through construction.”

With a 92 percent rate of repeat clients and a host of design excellence awards, Glick/Boehm & Associates, Inc. hopes to continue to design beautiful buildings for another 35 years.

“We’re trying to elevate the human spirit through architecture,” Glick says.

“We’re trying to elevate the human spirit through architecture.
– Myles Glick, Founding Principal

Moultrie Middle School <br>Mt. Pleasant The Joint Base Charleston Chapel<br>North Charleston
Seabrook Island House<br>Seabrook, SC Fountain Park near the Charleston Aquarium<br>downtown Charleston

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