Tucker County Bank Building
The Parsons Revitalization Organization (PRO) contracted the Mills Group to prepare a concept study and design for the rehabilitation of the Tucker County Bank Building in Parsons, West Virginia. The purpose of the study was to assess the building condition, review functional and programmatic requirements, present concept plans, and to establish a preliminary cost budget.
The resulting report consisted of an assessment of building systems, historic evaluation, programmatic and code review; a concept development; and concept design. Mills Group performed the assessment through a thorough evaluation of the building which included site visits and a review of existing building documents.
Mills Group organized the report so that issues and recommendations relating to facility condition and historic restoration, independent of functional and programmatic needs, are presented in one section. In another section of the report code and accessibility for both the existing building and the proposed concepts are reviewed. In following sections showcased recommendations relating to environmental sustainability and the functional evaluation and subsequent description of the concepts.
Our team also successfully nominated this resource to the National Register of Historic Places.
- Location: Parsons, WV
- Client: Parsons Revitalization Organization (PRO)
- Services: Feasibility Study for Re-Use & Conceptual Plan