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Renovation and Restoration

 

Eley Guild Hardy Architects
Jackson, Mississippi

Designed in 1923 by the noted firm of Mayre, Alger & Alger Architects of Atlanta, Georgia, the public facades of the main building remain remarkably intact boasting a limestone colonnade of giant order ionic columns supporting a broad limestone entablature ornately detailed with anthemion antefixae. Terra Cotta tile surround frame the cypress wood windows and the cast iron door surround remains in place. The original revolving entry door has been replaced with a balanced bronze entry door. The building has two full floors, a mezzanine and a basement. The basement contains the original vaults which will now serve as conference rooms. The main space is a two story volume with ornate plaster work providing rich detailing at the ceiling coffers.

Square Footage: 15,126  restoration
Completion Date: 2010

LEED certified GOLD

 

Loading Image... Originally constructed in 1924, this prominent structure has undergone extensive renovations to house the EGH Staff in Jackson, MS.
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