Our approach to preservation is to restore building envelope elements in a manner that maintains the integrity of the historic character of the building while improving their performance as weather protection components.
This residential tower hovering over Market Street in the Tenderloin District needed a masonry and terra cotta cladding facelift. Scope of work also included window replacements, rusting steel elements and re-anchor of an ornamental parapet wall.
This residential tower had a spalling concrete facade. A technique was developed to source matching concrete which created the least intrusive method of repair that alleviated the need for total surface overcoating.
This classic Colusa Sandstone commercial office building centrally located in downtown San Francisco received a facade restoration and renovation.
This adaptive reuse project was experiencing water intrusion and structural failures including rusting elements. A cost effective method for mitigation measures was implemented.
Restoration of this highly visible brick facade provided many product sourcing challenges which the client was grateful for our resolution and adherence to historic details.
St. Paul's Church
Restoration of twin 120 foot tall spires on 100 year old parish included slate replacement, ornaments copper work and waterproofing including masonry evaluation and restoration.
first unitarian church
The courtyard area of this highly visible church required waterproofing repairs and accessibility upgrades to meet current standards.
The Clocktower Lofts
This adaptive reuse project was experiencing water intrusion that needed repairs.