Renovation of an existing 1920’s multi-family residence in the historic Martin Luther King, Jr. district in Atlanta, GA. The existing wood structure required extensive repair and replacement due to extensive water damage. The existing porch posts were preserved and reused during construction.
Renovation of existing 19th century barns and new visitor’s center design for the Monastery of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, GA. The existing wood structure of the Big Barn required extensive non-destructive wood testing and resulting replacement and reinforcement due to powder-post beetle damage and water damage. The existing structure of the Historic Barn required a custom steel “web” reinforcement. The new Abbey Store, Monastic Center, and cloister feature custom wood roof trusses and custom storefronts.
Renovation of 2 story garage and apartment building, originally design by architect Neel Reid. The building, which had been damaged by years of moisture exposure required ground up replacement of structural elements. The renovation also included increasing the 2nd story capacity to support 100 psf live load. The 1st floor exterior walls were completely replaced along with duplicates of the architectural elements including hidden gutters, cantilvered canopy and high pitched roof.