South Atlantic Bank, Pawley’s Island, South Carolina

South Atlantic Bank on Pawley’s Island, South Carolina had outgrown its existing location and needed a new building to serve its customers in the Waccamaw Neck area.

Built by Georgetown, S.C.-based Coastal Structures and designed by ESD Architecture of Charlotte, North Carolina, the new building is set on 1.15 acres and is a one-story version of the bank’s Myrtle Beach and Vernacular refers to buildings whose design is determined by an informal local tradition, Murrells Inlet locations, complete with the pulley-operated ceiling fans, deep porticos, louvered storm shutters and a pre-weathered Galvalume standing seam metal roof—all consistent with the vernacular design determined by the informal low country local tradition of the area. Customer amenities include a drive-up automated teller machine (ATM) and a comfortable reception area with free Wi-Fi and hot coffee. Spann Roofing & Sheet Metal of Conway, South Carolina installed the 8,600 Englert Series 2000 square foot roof. The panels were 24 gauge and 16 inches wide. The bank held its grand opening for the new location in January. The new office features the latest in technology provided in a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a strong emphasis on customer service, noted a bank official.



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