Anchor Bank

The former Anchor Bank of Myrtle Beach wanted to expand into the Georgetown area. The Board of Directors desired a prominent and recognizable structure that would meld into the conservative and historically minded Georgetown community. The proposed site was an outparcel fronting an existing shopping center and thus had to be accessible from all sides.

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Beach First Bank

Beach First Bank (currently South Carolina Bank & Trust) was established by local Grand Strand business men to service the Myrtle Beach economy. The group desired a casual, low-country architecture appealing to local depositors.

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Beach First Corporate Center

In 2003, Beach First Bank decided to move its main operations from the original building done by M+W.   The move coincided with an expansion of services, so a much larger facility was required. 

 

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Coastal Centre Complex

Having had to take over a small shopping strip adjacent to the old Myrtle Square Mall in 2000, Coastal Federal was searching for ways to revitalize the center.  Mozingo + Wallace was asked to explore the various retrofit options in turning the building into a complex of shops, offices, and eateries. 

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Davis State Farm Insurance

Mr. Davis, for whom Mozingo + Wallace had designed two contemporary residences, approached the firm about providing the designs for a much needed facelift on his one story office. At one time the area was the heart of Myrtle Beach, but expansive growth had redefined the locale of city center. The owner wanted to explore a modern theme, and create a striking image for his business.

 

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Grande Dunes Marina Village

In 2002, Burroughs & Chapin Company requested design proposals from several local architects for a complex fronting the Intracoastal Waterway at its Grande Dunes development.  The program included a hotel and conference center, retail, restaurants, condominiums and a Marina.  

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GSWSA Maintenance Facility

Having completed new administrative offices, Grand Strand Water and Sewer Authority hired M+W to layout and design a new adjacent maintenance facility, including warehouse, a pump repair shop and a vehicle repair shop.  GSWSA began with all these functions in one building, but explosve growth in the area required corresponding expansion for the utility company. 

The design provided a practical layout yard for storage of large equipment pieces. All buildings are pre-engineered metal buildings, using standard sizes.  M+W performed the coordination for in-yard traffic, interior storage areas and the requirements for the mechanics working on each particular piece of equipment.

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GSWSA Office Complex

Grand Strand Water and Sewer Authority occupied an older building nearby, but due to its expansion, was overflowing that building. Their program called for a new office building to house all its central administration, excluding its field engineers, who were to take over the existing office building.

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Oceania Sales Center

The Shroff Investment Group, for whom Mozingo & Wallace has done several condominium developments, needed a new central location for sales offices, for both regular real estate sales and time share sales. The group purchased an old strip shopping center on Kings Highway, that had been remodeled once before as a Beachwear Store.

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Oceans One Resort - Sales Center

As a component of the oceanfront condominium tower, but located across the boulevard, Mozingo + Wallace was asked to transform the service facility of the old motel into the Oceans One Resort - Sales Center.

 

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Parkway Executive Center

This modern glass structure features two levels of office suites with a below-grade owner-controlled parking garage. The Center sits within a heavily wooded site, with convenient surface parking for visitors, and easy access to 82nd Avenue Parkway.

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Retina of Coastal Carolina

Having been recommended to this Eye Group in 2003, Mozingo + Wallace proposed several options for the design of an office building for its local staff. The development program specified that the structure would be built out to maximize the square footage allowed on the site. Layouts for the remaining space not used by the clinic itself were requested in the option packages for leasing purposes..

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Tip Top Conference Center

The Grand Strand Water and Sewer Authority in 2004 hoped to create a Conference Center on its unused property along Bull Creek, a fresh water connector between the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers. Mozingo + Wallace was asked to provide a comprehensive proposal for the development, respectful of the natural setting.

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Waccamaw Insurance

Waccamaw Insurances Services, Inc. had purchased a lot fronting Oak Street in Myrtle Beach, to construct offices for its own use, as well as leasable space for others. The narrowness of the lot, and the demands that the main insurance office be on the ground level dictated a linear plan, served by a central lobby, leading to both the owner’s offices as well as the adjacent leasable office. The design resulted in a two-story building, with space tucked within the roof gables of the second level.

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