AIA/SC Honor Award

On The Boards:

The Design Build team of Mozingo + Wallace, Architects and Contract Construction, has submitted its proposal for a Performing Arts Center in Myrtle Beach. To be located across from Broadway at the Beach, the complex is programmed to have a concert hall seating 600 patrons, as well as a tiered amphitheatre attached to the  back side of stage proper. The most immediate challenge has been to meet the all inclusive, restrictive budget while providing an architecture that will bolster the reputation of Myrtle Beach as a nexus of entertainment and tourism. Two other teams were also invited to submit, with formal presentation and interviews scheduled to be conducted in December.


Mozingo + Wallace and The Boudreaux Group (Columbia, SC) have designed  First Presbyterian Church Phase ll and received an independent estimate on cost. Both have been approved, and construction documents are now in the middle stages. The program (37,000 sf) includes a new Sanctuary, a music and education wing as well as an expansion to its parking area.



Off The Boards:

Construction Documents have been completed for a new clubouse at the Arcadian Shores Golf Club in Myrtle Beach. The new facility will utilize the existing foundation and first floor construction, which presented some challenges in meeting the program requirements for the current tourist business model. The architecture will be low country with bay windows, exposed brackets and rafters, trelliswork and awnings. Exterior siding will be painted Hardi plank with composite battens to cover seams and add detail to the exterior. The new clubhouse will complement the landscaped surrounds in a much more traditional manner.


The renovation and expansion of  Hadwin-White Subaru facility is well underway on US-501 in Conway, SC. The preferred builder broke ground  in early July, with completion set for the beginning of 2017.



Under Construction:

All five of the Horry County Schools are now out of the ground, some with steel, reinforced masonry and flooring planks in place. The site has been cleared for Socastee Aree Middle School, and work has begun on its foundation system. The remaining schools are at various stages, some as far along as roofing.


As a reminder, Horry County had selected  First Floor Energy Positive to be the Design-Build firm for 5 new schools within its district ($167.3 million budget). The Design Professional of Record is SFL+A, Stantec is an interior design and programming consultant, while Mozingo + Wallace serves as the designer of the exterior envelope as well as the construction administrator. The ultimate goal of the team proposal is to provide not only an energy-postive facility, but also a unique and stimulating academic envirionment. Construction on this fast track project is well under way. All five schools will be delivered simultaneously in September 2017.



Recently Completed Construction:

The LEED Certified HGTC Culinary Arts Institute has been completed, and had its formal opening in early November. Administration, faculty as well as future chefs hosted the community that made the facility possible, providing an evening of fine dining and fare. The Institute is a significant addition to the HGTC Grand Strand Campus on the former Myrlte Beach Air Force Base


Please browse through our Projects folder by category for all  examples of our work.