The Grimesland Historic project included the restoration and renovation of the ancestral home of General Bryan Grimes originally built in 1786. The scope of work included selective demolition, raising of the existing structure, installation of new foundation system, new construction of interior partitions, and the restoration of exterior finishes. Other improvements included the opening up of the existing back porch, restoration of existing hardwood floors, new tile in toilets, painting of exterior and interior surfaces, new standing seam metal roof, and new kitchen cabinetry. Barnhill also restored all existing finishes including: the existing fireplaces, wood panel wainscoting and stairwells. The project included the complete restoration of the existing servant quarters housed on the adjacent property.