Posts Tagged ‘historical construction’

121 Calhoun Street- Charleston, SC

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Project Type Historic
Project Completion November 2015

121 Calhoun Street historic renovation

121 Calhoun Street renovation

Project Details
Phase One: Exterior restoration of the former Harleston-Boags Funeral Home. Work included salvaging the existing siding, milling new siding to match existing siding, and restoring the window units to their original look. Phase Two: Consisted of renovating the interior of the building to a vanilla box and installing an elevator for future tenant upfits.Read Charleston’s Post & Courier article about the 121 Calhoun exterior restoration…

121 Calhoun Street before construction began.

121 Calhoun Street… before

White Point Gardens Bandstand Renovations

Monday, June 9th, 2014

WPG Bandstand Before

WPG Bandstand Before

Owners Name City of Charleston
Contract Amount $386,500.00
Project Completion February 2010

WPG Bandstand After

Project Details
This project consisted of the lowering and reconstruction of the podium supporting the existing bandstand, sandblasting and painting of the existing arches, columns, and handrails, and the fabrication and installation of new handrails.

Our Lady of Mercy Church – Fire Damage Repairs

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

Architectural Firm Cummings & McCrady, Inc.
Architect Mr. Jerry English (843) 577-5063
Contract Amount $381,118
Project Completion 2003
Project Description
Interior and exterior repairs to a fire damaged historic church including structural repairs to floor system, new plaster on existing brick walls, repairs to wood truss and new plaster ceiling, new oak floors, refinishing of pews and alter furnishings, all new electric service and wiring, limited plumbing, repairs to soup kitchen cabinets and equipment, exterior historic brick pointing, complete repair of 12 foot high double hung historic windows and total sash replacement, interior and exterior historic woodwork repair/replacement, interior and exterior painting, new concrete rear stairs and platform.

Our Lady of Mercy Church after fire

Our Lady of Mercy Church after fire

After Reconstruction

After Restoration