Bank of Kilmichael Renovation

Bank of Kilmichael Renovation

Bank of Kilmichael, Kilmichael, Mississippi The historic square of Downtown Kilmichael, like many Mississippi small towns, was lost to time. It is slowly being rediscovered by those who remember it as it once was and hope to see it thrive again. The owners of The Bank of Kilmichael are doing just that for their hometown. […]

Guaranty Bank & Trust Company Renovation

The Historic Wilson Banking Company Building located in the Cotton Row Historic District in Greenwood, MS was purchased to be utilized as a Bank again. This project was championed by the Owner’s desire to expose the original character of this 1913 Beaux Arts Building and restore the exterior and interior, while sensitively inserting the modernized […]

Franklin Masonic Lodge

The Franklin Masonic Hall has been the center of Freemasonry in Franklin, Tennessee for over 175 years and continues to flourish. The historic structure has seen some structural movement and issues which was the impetus for our invitation to view this building and all it’s secrets. We embarked on a process to uncover the structural […]

Clarksdale Fire Station

The Central Fire Station in Clarksdale, Mississippi is a two-story solid masonry building located near the downtown core of Clarksdale. The building was designed by Brewer & Skewes, Architects & Engineers and built in 1956. The fire station was designated a Mississippi Landmark in 2012. It is an excellent example of historic Mississippi civic architecture […]

Madison County Courthouse Exterior Restoration

The Madison County Courthouse, one of seven pre-Civil War courthouses remaining in Mississippi, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and as a Mississippi Landmark. It is exemplary in its basically unaltered condition and use of major Greek Revival elements. It is the grounds of the Courthouse Square are crossed by concrete paths […]

YMCA Building

The YMCA building on the Mississippi State University Campus is one of architect N.W. Overstreet’s earliest building.  The need for a YMCA building became evident as membership and activities rose on campus.  John D. Rockefeller pledged $40,000 to the cost of construction, under the condition that the students would raise the other $20,000 that was […]

Tallahatchie County Courthouse Restoration

Three months after his death, Rosa Parks stated that she thought of “that poor boy Emmett” as she sat on the bus in Montgomery waiting to be arrested.  Scope of services first included an existing facility analysis and feasibility study to determine if the courthouse could feasibly be restored to house a museum dedicated to […]

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 […]

Cotesworth House Restoration

Phase 1 of the Cotesworth House Restoration was recently completed in Carrollton, Mississippi.  We were excited to take part in the investigation of home to develop phased restoration plans for the exterior, interior, library, and the surrounding site.  We look forward to seeing this property provide informative and memorable experiences for visitors of this house […]

Center Stage Theater Rehabilitation

The project included the interior restoration of the Central School Auditorium for school and community use as Center Stage Theater. 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 […]

Amzie Moore House Restoration

Bolivar County wanted to preserve its history and saw the home of Amzie Moore standing vacant and in need of repair. The County took on the project and received grant money from MDAH to restore the building and make the home an interpretive museum. Amzie Moore was a leader “a civil rights giant” in the […]




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P.O. Box 867
Eupora, MS 39744


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