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Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Football and Athletic Facility
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory / Marine Education Center
Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
Football and Athletic Facility – Perkinston, MS


Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (GCRL) 
Marine Education Center (MEC) – Ocean Springs, MS​



Starks Contracting welcomes their most recent sustainable project - The Gulf Coast Research (GCRL) - affiliated with the University of Southern Mississippi – that will be built on a primitive piece of land that is representative of the original coastal edge along the Gulf Coast, from Texas to Florida.The Marine Education Center (MEC) will be a 34,000 sq. ft. facility containing classrooms, laboratories, administrative offices, and exhibition areas. Lake|Flato Architects/San Antonio was hired to design the new group of buildings as a replacement for the JL Scott marine Center in Biloxi, which were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, with the goal of making a building hat answers the questions of how to develop sustainably in a fragile yet harsh environment, it was determined that the project should pursue Certification through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. The MEC realized that not only is building green the right thing to do for the environment, but it is also the practical thing to do as well, lowering energy and maintenance costs, and increasing the marketability of the facility to increasingly sophisticated audiences and academic conferences. This project has an expected to complete in 2017.


Architect - Lake|Flato Architects / San Antonio, TX



The MGCCC is proudly anticipating the opening of the newly upgraded Football and Athletics facilities on its Perkinston Campus in Stone County. The 30,000 square foot project is the first major upgrade since the stadium was built in 1949. The expansion to the football stadium includes classrooms, a new training room and more. The third floor of the addition will be a press box, which officials said would allow more access for media group for visiting teams. The school is also upgrading concession stands and bleachers. The project has a target completion date of May 2016.

Architect - Ely Guild Hardy Architects / Biloxi, MS



Woody’s Roadside Tavern
Woody’s Roadside Tavern – Biloxi, MS
Woody’s Roadside Tavern is in progress on the Biloxi Strip – this will be second restaurant, with the original in Ocean Springs on Bienville Boulevard. The location is between Camellia and Veterans Avenue. The restaurant will provide rooftop dining, two bars, a porch and outside courtyard. The restaurant is expected to open in the Spring 2016.


Architect - Ray DeLong Architects / Biloxi, MS 




Balch & Bingham Law Firm - Gulfport, MS
Balch & Bingham Law Firm – Gulfport, MS


Coming to completion in 2016, is Balch & Bingham Law Firm’s renovation of the Coast Hardware building, originally and formally Anderson’s Theatre. The building at 1314 25th Avenue, Gulfport, MS

is undergoing a major historical renovation of 5,800 square feet of office space that will showcase elegant yet cutting edge interior design. This project once again shows Starks Contracting’s conscientious approach and enduring commitment to the Mississippi Gulf Coast’s historical

renovation requirements. 


Machado Patano Engineering and Design / Biloxi, MS



Long Beach City Hall Interior
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Delta Regional Chapter has awarded JBHM Architects of Jackson, Mississippi the Award of Excellence in Government Design for the their interior work on Long Beach City Hall project located in Long Beach, Mississippi. The award was presented on August 13, 2011 at the annual RE: Awards Gala that took place in New Orleans, LA. Starks Contracting Company was the general contractor on the project.


Architect - JBHM / Gulfport, MS



Long Beach City Hall Interior - Long Beach, MS


Cowan Road - Fire Station #7 "The Beach House"
Cowan Road – Fire Station #7 “The Beach House”
Gulfport, MS





Starks Contracting Company began on 4/2010 the Hurricane Rebuild of Fire Station #7, located at Cowan Road in Gulfport, MS. The building, also known as ‘The Beach House’ is one building, two stories with 14,136 square feet and will include 3 engine bays and a small police precinct.


Architect – Williams and Associates / Biloxi, MS



Gulfport Library


The Gulfport Library, located in Orange Grove, was awarded to Starks Contracting Company in
April 2010 – this project consists of one building and two stories with a total 32,121 square feet.


Architect - Ely Guild Hardy Architects / Biloxi, MS



Gulfport Library - Gulfport, MS



D'Iberville City Hall & Community Complex
Santa Maria Del Mar - Biloxi, MS
D’Iberville City Hall & Community Complex
D'Iberville, MS



On 8/2009, Starks Contracting Company broke ground on the all new D’Iberville City Hall and Community Complex. The building project consists of one building of structural steel, three stories

and 37,035 total square feet.


Architect - Ely Guild Hardy Architects / Biloxi, MS




Starks Contracting Company was awarded the all new Santa Maria del Mar project. The facility is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Biloxi, will be comprised of three buildings, six stories and a total of 161,750 total square feet. The building frame is made of structural steel and the roofing is made of steel joist.

Additional features: Two towers each six stories with a single story commons building at a combined 147,000 square feet. There will be 135 efficiency units, 74 one bedroom, two bedroom and manager’s apartment.


Architect - Ely Guild Hardy ArchitectsEley Guild Hardy / Biloxi, MS



Santa Maria Del Mar - Biloxi, MS



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