Yalobusha County Courthouse Restoration

Yalobusha County Courthouse Restoration

The Coffeeville Courthouse one of two Yalobusha County Courthouses was constructed in 1890 and primarily consists of brick masonry with intricate detailing and a wood structure which was in poor condition. The octagonal shape of the exterior carries through to the interior trim details and courtroom layout. During restoration the exterior and interior were fully […]

Webster County Courthouse Restoration and Rehabilitation

The Webster County Courthouse, constructed in 1913, is the centerpiece of the tiny Village of Walthall. BSA has assisted in various phases of restoration and rehabilitation as funds have been available. The earliest phases focused on the restoration of the awnings, porches and overhangs of the building. Subsequent phases have focused on handicapped accessibility, courtroom […]

Tate County Courthouse Restoration & Addition

The Tate County Courthouse – a Mississippi Landmark – was fully restored in this project – including a state-funded restoration of the historic second floor courtroom. The original building is constructed of load bearing brick masonry walls and wood framing – with interior plaster walls and beaded board ceilings. The building was completely updated to […]

Prentiss County Courthouse Restoration

The Prentiss County Courthouse was constructed in 1925 with N.W. Overstreet as Architect, following a fire that devastated the previous 1904 courthouse. In the late 90’s the Mississippi Landmark building was in great need of restoration and was in danger of being vacated by the county. With the help of a Community Heritage Preservation Grant […]

Pontotoc County Courthouse Restoration

The project began with an existing facilities analysis primarily focusing on moisture issues, a full analysis of the facility and the planning of a multi-phased project incorporating the courthouse and the majority of an adjacent block of historic buildings. The exterior of the building was completed as the first phase – mitigating the  moisture issues. […]

Monroe County Courtroom Renovation & Restoration

The Monroe County Courthouse is nationally significant as an example of an antebellum courthouse structure in the deep south. Built in 1857 the Monroe County Courthouse is the home for documents covering a large portion of North Mississippi. Monroe County is North Mississippi’s oldest county and was created from a large “non-county area” in 1821. […]




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