About Us

Walsh Krowka & Associates, Inc. is an architecture and landscape architecture firm located in historic Georgetown, South Carolina, midway between the beach resort of Myrtle Beach and the City of Charleston. WKA offers custom residential and commercial design in a variety of styles.

WKA was established in 1995, and is at the forefront of producing construction documentation in the Building Information Management format. A 3D model of the project is generated by our staff using ArchiCad computer software; all construction documents are derived from the model. This enables our Clients to view the inside and outside of their project on a large TV screen in our office or view virtual models of their project on their PC, laptop, or smartphone. Contractors can also download and view the model in the field; there can be no mistake on the intent of the design.

Not long ago, WKA completed the first LEED project in Georgetown County. The firm has moved into the project at 1109 Prince St. in Georgetown. WKA’s office at that location was recognized as achieving a Gold certification under the United States Green Building Council LEED for HOMES program.

Over 25 Years

Industry Experience

Over 100

Custom Homes

Over 30

Commercial Projects

Thomas Krowka

Thomas is a registered architect and former building official & development coordinator employed by Georgetown County, SC. He received his Architectural degree from the University of Oklahoma after 10 years as a journeyman carpenter in New England and the Southwest. He has been one of the firm’s principals since April 1995 and has experience in residential and commercial projects.

Susan Walsh Krowka

Susan Walsh Krowka is a landscape architect registered in North and South Carolina, an ISA certified arborist and also one of the firm’s principals.

The state of South Carolina has recognized the firm as a female owned business through the Governor’s Office of Small and Minority Business Assistance.

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