Mississippi River Commission

Mississippi River Commission

Belinda Stewart Architects is the Preservation Specialist for the Mississippi River Commission (PDS), including services for providing the building preservation plan, historic window analysis, general assistance, and all associated assessments, recommendations, and development for those portions of the Statement of Work for the Program Development Study. The historic building was constructed in 1894 and is […]

Pontotoc County Chancery Buildings

During exterior restoration of the Pontotoc County Courthouse the County Board of Supervisors recognized the need to expand the functions of the courthouse, without destroying the character of the courthouse or relocating from the historic court square.  Belinda Stewart Architects worked with the County to identify three vacant downtown buildings to house the Chancery Offices, […]

Claiborne County “Matt Ross” Administration Building

The Matt Ross Administration building is a new building constructed in the heart of downtown Port Gibson – located between the antebellum county courthouse and the historic main street commercial block.  The building seeks to tie these structures together to form a more unified downtown image and is based on the historic commercial character of […]

Batesville Municipal Court & Code Building Renovation

The mid twentieth century buildings are prominently located on the historic city square. The renovation of the Batesville Code Building in downtown Batesville, Mississippi included full interior and exterior renovation, as well as façade renovation of the adjacent Municipal Court Building. Both buildings received updated storefronts and awnings in character with downtown Batesville. The historic 1,500 square […]

Walthall Jail Rehabilitation

The Webster County Jail was constructed in 1892. It served as the County jail until 1960’s, when a new jail building was constructed in nearby Eupora. The jail structure served as a Webster County Museum from 1976 through the early 1990’s. The building then fell into disuse and had suffered from a partial collapse. The […]

Lexington City Hall

Lexington City Hall sits near the center of Lexington, the county seat of Holmes County, Mississippi.  The City asked BSA to make their City Hall completely ADA accessible, as well as a more welcoming place for the public to handle city business.  A new brick addition to the front of City Hall was constructed, housing […]

Covington County – Department of Human Services (DHS)

Covington County Department Human Services and was meant to be a “One-Stop-Shop” for the people of Covington County. The existing building was worn, dated and suffered from roof leaks and inefficient mechanical systems. The project was completed in two phases. Phase I – the construction of a new office addition  and Phase II – Interior […]

Bay St. Louis Historic City Hall

Built in 1905 the Historic Bay Saint Louis City Hall is one of the older commercial buildings in the city, surviving Hurricane Katrina damaged but still intact.  The City recognized the historical value in the building and began an exterior rehabilitation project.  The City of Bay Saint Louis envisioned a new use as a community […]

Bay St. Louis Boys and Girls Club Teen Center

The Boys and Girls Club Teen Center of Bay St. Louis is located in the formerVo-TechBuildingof theHistoricVelenaC.JonesSchoolbuilt in 1956 which original housed homemaking classes and a large open garage space for Auto Shop.  This 4,700 square foot renovation honors the original garage and classroom space modified to fit the needs of the Teenagers attending the […]




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