Tag Archives: adaptive reuse

Empire Hotel Adaptive Reuse Project

We are excited to share an update regarding our ongoing adaptive reuse design project: Empire Hotel in Salisbury, North Carolina. Historical Empire Hotel This outstanding building is located in vibrant downtown Salisbury. It served as a hub of the city for many decades and, therefore, was recognized as a prominent landmark. The hotel’s primary facade…

Refresh and Rebrand: An Adaptive Reuse Story

When most people think about rebranding, they think about product marketing. They certainly do not think about architecture. But why not? Rebranding is more than just corporate colors. It is: The perception of the firm or company; aka its personality. What experience do you want your customers to have when they walk in? How do…

Families First Grand Opening

Families’ First This local non-profit was founded on the Spelman campus, in 1890. Their purpose is to to serve the needs of children and families throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area.  The organization is setting a lofty goal to become the first source for any family requiring assistance. Recently, they have worked with Jones Pierce to…

Families’ First Construction Progress

Families’ First Back in 2014, Jones Pierce was asked to transform a former Atlanta Public Schools building (est. 1928) into the new headquarters for Families’ First. This organization is a prominent and highly regarded Atlanta-based family services foundation.  For the last 125 years, they have  been providing empowering solutions for Atlanta’s most vulnerable population by…