Ribbon Cutting at Colonial Heights Middle!

Published on August 30, 2018

It’s always wonderful to see the finished product of so many months of hard work.  But it’s especially exciting to see a project that elicits so much joy from it’s users.  Enteros worked with Colonial Heights Middle School to update, expand, modernize, and streamline the outdated cafeteria.  Kudos to CHPS for making this project a […]

Hopewell’s Getting Saucy!

Published on January 30, 2018

Hopewell just got a little tastier with opening of Saucy’s, a Petersburg grown BBQ joint.  Known for it’s original location, where hungry customers lined up outside a refurbished shipping container for eats, Saucy’s opened Saucy’s Sit-Down in Old Towne Petersburg to meet the high demand.  And the demand has only grown!  Owners Tom and Liz […]

Grand Opening: Petersburg Public Library

Published on April 21, 2014

Enteros Design and the Petersburg Library Foundation are ecstatic to announce the Grand Opening of the brand new facility on Saturday, April 26th, at 10am.   The 2 story, 42,000 sf building is located at 201 West Washington Street in downtown Petersburg.  The library building includes all the amenities of a modern library, including areas […]

News and Announcements

Published on November 15, 2013

Enteros Design is proud to announce two new team members have joined our office. Brynne Whitford is a recent graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, with a BFA in Interior Design. Jessie Gemmer has joined our staff as a designer.  Jessie has her degree in Architecture from Virginia Tech. We are also excited to announce the […]

Petersburg Library in the News

Published on August 7, 2013

The new Petersburg Public Library is continuing to receive accolades.  In this article, Candice Streett, Executive Director of LISC’s Virginia Office, beautifully touches on the complexities and challenges of library service in economically depressed areas–and how the new Petersburg Public Library faces those challenges head on. “And nowhere are they more sorely needed or appreciated […]