NMB Sports Complex

The North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex is a multi-field, multi-purpose facility located on the interior side of Intracoastal Waterway, with direct access to the new bridge into the city. It is the byproduct of a desire to foster the sector of sports tourism, as well as to enrich the lives of its residents.

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Arcadian Shores Golf Clubhouse

Mozingo + Wallace Architects was asked to design a new clubhouse over the foundation and first floor deck of the original worn and dated structure. Building over this footprint allowed for some  permitting and cost benefits, but also presented some challenges in meeting the program requirements of the current golf industry. 

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Brookgreen Garden - Dr. Seuss Pavilion

Brookgreen Gardens’ dedicated an area of its estate to create the Enchanted Storybook Forest, a collection of structures, designed just for kids by area architects, builders and artisans. Their handiwork provides a fun setting for youngsters to have the books they read.....come to life.

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Butterfly Pavilion (now Magiquest)

The developer engaged Mozingo + Wallace to design an exhibit of live exotic butterflies, through which the public could pass.  This large cylindrical center pavilion is a glass enclosure with a sloped roof. The venue had specific climate control as well as illumination criteria, critical to the butterfly’s habitation. 

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Canal Street Recreation Center

These drawings were produced as part of M+W’s response to an RFQ from the City of Myrtle Beach. The program called for an additional gymnasium, an indoor pool, aerobics and exercise rooms, new offices, and a community meeting room.  The solution involves wrapping the existing building with the additions, so that existing spaces can be refurbished and stay in use.  The existing outdoor pool is to be enclosed, saving the City the cost of demolition and pool replacement.  The existing exterior, a rather bland tilt-up concrete facade, is given a very modern appearance to create the feel of an entirely new structure

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Captain's Quarters Waterslide Park

The proposed park is a distinct facility, under separate name, located directly across from Captain’s Quarters. It is a colorful series of banded waterslides, emanating from and wrapping around a tall, open air wooden tower. Capped by a thatched roof of palm leaves, it will be washed at night by rotating beacons of light, to be seen up and down the Boulevard.

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CCU Baseball Complex

The Mozingo + Wallace schematic design proposal supplemented a submission of materials, in pursuit of the design commission for the Coastal Carolina University Baseball Complex. The existing playing field was to remain, while the new stadium and pedestrian plaza were to meld into the adjoining football, softball and tennis facilities.

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CCU Convocation Center/Field House

The Mozingo + Wallace schematic design proposal supplemented a submission of materials, in pursuit of the design commission for the new Basketball Fieldhouse and Convocation Center. The facility was programmed to be available on a daily basis for intramurals sports and exercise, to serve weekly as an arena for NCAA sanctioned University basketball and volleyball matches…….and to host, on occasion, larger convocation events.

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CCU Football Stadium

Mozingo + Wallace, along with a select group of other firms, was invited to submit a proposal for a new Fieldhouse and Football Stadium. These drawings were produced in 2001 as part of that presentation. 

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Coastal Federal Field

The 20 acre, multi-purpose facility was designed to host municipal events, concerts as well as to meet the needs of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, a minor league baseball team. The resulting design provides for a festive experience while maintaining the nostalgic feel of the turn of the century ballparks.

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Conway Recreation Center

The City of Conway engaged Mozingo + Wallace, along with a select group of other firms, to submit a proposal for a multi-purpose recreation center. The plan incorporates a gymnasium with dual competition basketball courts, an exercise facility, a natatorium, a dance studio, public meeting spaces, support offices and restrooms.

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Crown Reef - Waterslide Pool Enclosure

The proposed multi-deck expansion is to provide some shelter year round for the pool area, as well as create a multi-level sun deck above. An existing two level gazebo will be extended two stories and serve as a tower for three twisting, and intertwining, waterslides.

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Darlington Raceway NASCAR Museum

The Darlington Speedway already housed a museum dedicated to Joe Weatherly, an early NASCAR champion.  The owner wanted to convert this to a more comprehensive museum, featuring the drivers and cars that have appeared at Darlington over the years.
 
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Ernie Southern Sports Complex

Junior Ramsey, a local businessman, was attempting in 1994 to attract a minor league baseball team to Myrtle Beach. As part of this effort, he needed a concept to show to community leaders and potential backers on a 40-acre site just off 10th Avenue North. M+W designed both a stadium and an adjacent Baseball/Softball Complex based on Mr. Ramsey’s dream.

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Florence Tennis Center

The City of Florence asked Mozingo + Wallace to produce concept drawings for a new building, housing a pro shop and community meeting space, at its existing tennis facility.

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Goose Creek Recreation Center

These drawings were produced at the request of the Recreation Director in 1994. The Rec Center was supported by a special tax district, and the director was working on an effort to obtain funds for an expansion. For this reason, the project was presented as an addition to the existing facility. The Director’s efforts fell short, so this particular project never advanced.

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Grande Dunes Tennis Club

The Burroughs and Chapin Company had decided to upgrade their Myrtle Beach Tennis Club property as part of its much larger Grande Dunes Development. The tennis courts and the Club’s pool were to remain in place. The existing building had to be demolished to make way for the new clubhouse. The Owner wanted the new building to have a hybrid of the Mediterranean style planned for the overall development, something a little less formal.

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Myrtle Beach Indoor Sports Complex

In a continued effort to foster the sports tourism, the City of Myrtle Beach invited Mozingo + Wallace to submit a scheme for the Myrtle Beach Indoor Sports Facility. The site is located in the heart of the city, near hotels, restaurants and adjacent to the Convention Center. The program was simple, and budget driven: eight basketball courts, locker facilities, public restrooms, snack bar/café and support space.

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Myrtlewood Golf Club

The Burroughs and Chapin Company asked Mozingo + Wallace to provide concept drawings for a new clubhouse, one component in a long range plan to upgrade the 36-hole facility.  A simple and efficient plan was proposed, and three different styles of architecture were presented in the elevations above.

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NMB Central Park

As the City of North Myrtle Beach continued to grow, it came to realize that it had to enhance the existing recreational facilities for its permanent residents, as well as to plan for its future participation in sports tourism. It commissioned Mozingo + Wallace to transform an existing complex with soil and drainage problems, into a prototype of what might be possible. The existing facility had two ball fields of different size, with the home plates positioned at diagonally opposite ends of the site. It was lacking restrooms and concession stand, and parking was stretched alongside the maintenance road.

 

 

 

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NMB J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

With its expansion during the residential boom of the 2000/s, North Myrtle Beach had outgrown its existing Community Center/Recreation Complex. M+W was chosen to design the additions to the existing center, but in such a manner as to allow the existing facility to remain in operation during construction.

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NMB Sports Complex

The North Myrtle Beach Sports Complex is a multi-field, multi-purpose facility located on the interior side of Intracoastal Waterway, with direct access to the new bridge into the city. It is the byproduct of a desire to foster the sector of sports tourism, as well as to enrich the lives of its residents.

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Pepper Geddings Recreation Center

These drawings were produced in 2001 as part of M+W’s response to the RFQ for this job.  A new natatorium and double gymnasium, along with support spaces, are added to the existing Rec Center.  These additions can be constructed with only minor interruption of the on-going services provided in the existing facility. 

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Wachesaw Plantation East Clubhouse

The drawings were part of a design proposal for the Wachesaw Plantation Golf Club (1994). The facility was to function as the golf clubhouse, as well as provide offices for club administration and the Homeowner's Association.

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