These building projects changed the face of Birmingham—the behind-the-scenes story

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Williams Blackstock Architects
When Williams Blackstock Architects moved downtown in 2002, they were pioneers. Photo via Greg Hursley

For more than 25 years, Williams Blackstock Architects has been working to change the face of Birmingham. They’ve done this with historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects, new buildings and projects at UAB. We talked with Principal Architect Joel Blackstock to get the behind the scenes story.

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Birmingham’s historic Greyhound Station is being redeveloped for the future today [PHOTOS]

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Architects, developers and a designer on the old Greyhound station in Birmingham
Developers, architects and a designer in the Greyhound Building. Photo via Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

For years, Birmingham’s historic Greyhound station has been what architects call a “dormant opportunity.” That’s about to change—thanks to developer Mike Mouron and Williams Blackstock Architects. Keep reading for the inside scoop on this incredible renovation project featuring historic preservation and adaptive reuse, plus original photos.

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