Located at 10 North Main Street in Nazareth, this project was approximately 5,178 SF and an extremely fast paced renovation with a two month duration. Consisted of a total demolition of the first floor interior and multiple structural cut outs for a new ATM machine, enlarged corridor and wider front entry door.
During the demolition, three structural columns were encountered and modifications needed to be made to the original plan. Working closely with the architect minimal time was lost and the changes were made. Demolition also included an existing drive through canopy that was removed and replaced with a larger more ornate canopy and new drive up window. The exterior of the bank was painted and new roofs were added over the ATM machine and front entrance.
Inside new GWB partitions were erected to create a manager’s office, personal banking space, server room, conference room, restroom, employee lounge and night depository. Some existing trim was reused to match existing and new wood doors and casing was installed. Decorative columns, broadloom carpet with border, tile and ceiling grid and tile were installed. Four new gas fired HVAC units were installed to replace the electric units that were in the building. Electric circuits were replaced and a natural gas fired generator and pad were installed. The space was unoccupied during construction.”
- Historical structure.
- Very tight site.
- Intense subcontractor and architect coordination.
- HVAC installation.