Pullman Preserve

Stability performed a structural evaluation and repair narrative on seven large mostly brick buildings in light of a plan to restore the buildings and landscapes to create a community heritage center to house the area’s growing artisan and urban agriculture communities. The plans include roof deck replacement, slab repairs, correction of wall settlement, and repair of damage associated with moisture exposure. Kirkwood’s Pullman Yard, an industrial site for 100 years, was originally built in 1904 as a facility to manufacture parts for sugar and fertilizer factories. In the 1920s the entire facility was purchased by the Pullman company and converted for servicing passenger rail cars until the late 1940s.

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