This historic renovation to one of the oldest buildings in downtown Valdosta was a challenging and rewarding project. Having been abandoned for several years, the building was in terrible condition and filled with furniture, junk and a few living creatures. The owners were able to see beyond all the clutter and contacted us to renovate the building according to rules and regulations of the Georgia Historic Preservation Commission.
Working with a local architect and interior designer, we were able to keep many historical features to the building while adding modern convenience. This seamless blend between the old and the new, allowed this project to win several awards for historic preservation. Many artifacts found during construction, including old news papers, books, and bottles were incorporated into a display area in the foyer of the new building. The building also featured hand hewn ceilings, vertical grain heart pine floors, and plaster walls.