Immanuel Episcopal Church

Immanuel Episcopal Church

Immanuel Church is a one-story Gothic Revival church building of brick construction with a slate roof, built in 1909. It is an excellent example of a small-town Gothic Revival church from the first decade of the twentieth century. It retains all of its original structure, windows, and interior fittings including woodwork, floors, pews, organ and […]

White’s Creek Park Pavilion

The City of Eupora received a grant of $20,000 to fund the construction of this pavilion. The design of the structure is based on the vernacular architecture of the area.  It is constructed of simple, locally available materials and was assembled by city employees. The pavilion is the primary facility at the adjacent Whites Creek Lake […]

Jackson Zoo Exhibits

The new Asian Tiger Exhibit for the Jackson Zoo is a project that focused on a new exhibit area, renovations of an existing exhibit area, holding building for the tigers and a new Asian inspired viewing pavilion. The 10,000sqft Tiger Exhibit consists of a pool, a simulated rock wall based on the natural habitat of […]

Strand Theater

The Strand Theater was constructed around 1929 and operated as a theater/auditorium. The city had an Existing Facilities Analysis and Report conducted by BSA in October 2008. It was found that the building was in good condition, however requiring some repairs and upgrades. The first phase of work includes the replacement of the roof and […]

Harriette Person Memorial Library

The Harriette Person Memorial Library is the oldest continually operating library in the state of Mississippi. The community of Port Gibson is very proud of this library and it is extremely well used. The rehabilitation project included the relocation of the library out of temporary location in a residential neighborhood into the heart of downtown […]

Hinds County Armory – Existing Facility Study & Report

BSA was hired to do a thorough study of the Hinds County Armory to determine its existing condition, feasibility of rehabilitating and restoring the historic structure, and possible usage options. The historically significant Armory building, completed in 1927 in the Gothic Revival style, was designed by Architect Frank P. Gates. After being used by the […]

Delta Blues Museum ‘Muddy Waters’ Addition

The internationally acclaimed Delta Blues Museum, located in the former Illinois Central Railroad freight depot in downtown Clarksdale, next door to Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero Blues Club, is a mecca for blues fans from around the world. The exterior concept continued the linear arrangement of the building along the still active railroad tracks as well […]

City of Clinton Natchez Trace Visitor’s Center

The City of Clinton asked for a design reminiscent of traditional local building types, to be built adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway. The building contains a multi-media/conference room with adjacent catering kitchen, history/museum room, gift shop/reception area, public restrooms, vending, and general staff offices. After extensive research, a building plan was developed utilizing forms […]

Center Stage Theatre Rehabilitation

The project included the interior restoration of the Central School Auditorium for school and community use as Center Stage Theatre. The restoration generally included seating, original finishes, window and door restoration, provision of historically appropriate lighting fixtures, carpeting and other miscellaneous elements. New mechanical/electrical systems and new theatrical lighting and sound systems were sensitively incorporated […]

BLY Fine Arts Center

The BLY (Booth-Lacey-Yates) Fine Arts Center continues to be a special and unique venue for local band concerts, movies, theater productions, art gallery showings to exhibit and showcase local talent, art and culture. Eupora Arts, Inc. was founded in 2001 to solicit a Building Fund for the Arts grant as an incentive to start a […]

Bay St. Louis Senior Center Addition

The Senior Center located in Bay St. Louis is an active place for seniors to gather and socialize. Their need to expand was evident after Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. As the existing Senior Center outgrew its original space, we guided the City of Bay Saint Louis to develop plans for two new additions. A […]

Bay St. Louis Community Hall

Inspired by the design recommendations from the Gulf Coast Charrette this project was conceived through a partnership between the Bay St. Louis Rotary Club and multiple Rotary Clubs locally and internationally in an effort to rebuild after the dramatic effects of hurricane Katrina. Through Rotary Club fund raising and CDBG grant funds, the project was […]




61 N. Dunn Street
P.O. Box 867
Eupora, MS 39744


662.258.6452 FAX



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