The former Freeman Factory is comprised of two warehouse buildings constructed in the 1940s. To ensure structural integrity during the renovation, our team utilized a combination of scaffolding and burke braces to safely support the structure in sections. This approach allowed for demolition of the framing elements in limited sections and immediate replacement of these sections with new framing.
The building’s façade and roof features Corten, a weathering steel. These raw steel panels patina over time to a variety of shades of orange and red, further adding to the industrial charm.