The Heirloom Companies is honored to have crafted the signature staircase and chandelier for Spartanburg, S.C.’s new United Community Bank, located at the corner of Pine and East Main Streets. The project was led by Harper General Contractors and was designed by James Moseley Design.
“We are proud of our in-house design capabilities here at The Heirloom Companies,” Ben Moseley, The Heirloom Companies Chief Operations Officer, said. “We are honored to work with Harper General Contractors on yet another magnificent project.”
The Heirloom Companies team developed a federal style grand staircase and 10 foot, two-tiered chandelier that are both crafted of bronze inlaid between iron. United Community Bank has been Heirloom’s bank since the beginning of their company in 1994, making this particular project special to both parties.
“At a time when everything is mass-produced, it is wonderful to work with a company that takes ownership in all they do at their Spartanburg County, S.C. facility,” Kim Mode, president of United Community Bank’s Spartanburg and Cherokee County operations, says. “I believe that United Community Bank’s new United Community Plaza location will always be a special building for our company, due to the special details designed and constructed by The Heirloom Companies’s attentive staff.”
Other Heirloom signature Spartanburg projects include: AC Hotel signature stairs; interior stairs, railings and exterior railing at St. Paul’s the Apostle Catholic Church; exterior railings at the YMCA of Spartanburg; exterior railings surrounding the primary building of Tyger River Park; interior stairs and railings at Beaumont Mill Village; and miscellaneous custom pieces, such as door pulls for the Spartanburg Piedmont Club and entry sculptures for SEW Eurodrive’s manufacturing facility.
About The Heirloom Companies
Founded in 1994, The Heirloom Companies is the premier wood and metal works manufacturer in the eastern United States, producing award-winning custom stairways, railings, balconies, furniture, light fixtures and decorative pieces through a process blending old-world craftsmanship with new-age technology. Learn more at www.theheirloomcompanies.com and or by following The Heirloom Companies on Houzz, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.