We are dedicated to reinvesting the inherent value of Horry County’s historic used building materials back into the well-being of our local communities; to the preservation of the built environment's architectural and lived histories; and to the revival of trade crafts that build healthier relationships between people, places, and the planet.
How We Can Make a Difference
Deconstruction focuses on diverting used, often historic, building materials away from our landfills and back into our communities. In the process, deconstruction creates stable entry-level jobs, fosters community connections, and supports more sustainable construction practices.
Virtual Reality Reconstruction
The process includes the use of drones and 360° 3D rendering to revive historic structures and cultural heritage through virtual reconstruction. Lost structures can be visualized as they once existed, thanks to the integration of archaeological methods and virtual reality technology.
When homes and businesses are lost to demolition, so is the chance to record their histories. Alternatively, deconstruction provides the opportunity to research, document, and preserve the stories that connect people and communities.
Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts
Whittemore Racepath Historical Society
North Myrtle Beach Historic Preservation Society
The Community Garden on the Hill
Kimbel Library Makerspace
Crooked Oak Tavern
A Father's Place
That Ain't Paint
Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery
Good Day Sunshine
Craft Masters Construction, LLC
A special collective thank you to the many individuals committing their time, energy, and creativity to this community vision.