Originally built in 1910, the Pullman Apartments underwent a design-build renovation by Mowery. The 4-story apartment building renovation included first-floor office space for a downtown York business.
The Pullman Apartment renovation presented two specific challenges. First, the project was completed through a historic tax credit. As a result, a very precise set of standards for rehabilitation set by the National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior had to be followed throughout the project to meet the credit criteria. Mowery successfully coordinated with project managers, supervisors, workers, architect, and contractors to ensure all requirements were met for the credit.
Second, the building remained occupied 50% of the time by residents throughout the renovation. Well-seasoned to unique safety concerns, the Mowery team efficiently developed site-specific methods for construction safety, organization and site cleanliness to accommodate the building’s residents. Though challenging to renovate a building with occupants, Mowery completed the project without a single issue.