• 321MainSS710

This project was a façade renovation consisting of demolition of the existing façade to allow for the installation of the new structural steel, four-story curtain wall, precast surround and miscellaneous masonry. Challenges included winter weather conditions, maintaining the building above freezing while under construction, access, pedestrian safety, overhead utilities, and concealed masonry conditions. During the course of construction, the client asked us to renovate the lobbies and white box the two retail spaces as well as some miscellaneous interior alternations.

PROJECT START:  November 2004
PROJECT DURATION:
6 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$714,894
CONTRACT TYPE:
Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:
Javier Luevano
SUPERINTENDENT:  
Everett Collins
ESTIMATOR: 
Doug Horn
OWNER:
321 & 323 E. Main St. LLC
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ONTACT:
Sam Schuyler
ARCHITECT:
 Formwork Design
CONTACT:
Robert Nichols

 

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