1940s & 1950s
Architect Robert Sherertz and engineer J. Stuart Franklin joined Eubank & Caldwell in the 1940s. The principals fostered a sense of family among their staff. They passed this commitment and loyalty on to their clients.
SFCS entered the retirement design field in the late 1940s with the design of the Virginia Baptist Home in Culpeper, VA. Extensive work for medical clients followed with hospitals in Roanoke, Waynesboro, Bedford, and Rocky Mount, VA.
Caldwell established a separate contracting firm in the 1950s. Eubank & Caldwell and Associates continued to concentrate on architecture, with Bob Sherertz as a partner. The client base expanded to include libraries and dairies.
Edited On: 11/1/2011 11:58:43 AM