Project Info

Streifenador Barn

The Striefenador barn dates back to the late 1700s. The existing brick foundation was set with lime mortar, and unfortunatelyy had no adequate footing, consequently the barn began to sag and the wall begin to fall out of plumb and tip out. the project required shoring the structure and then jacking it to get it back near level and plumb. Once the shoring and jacking was in place, we could begin wall removal and excavation. Excavation would be to frost line, then we would form and pour a new re-enforced concrete footing. Construction of the new barn wall would be of concrete blockconstruction to save on material and labor cost, but of most importance it would save the barn from further demise.

Coxsackie
New York
Greene
Click images below to make larger.
The shoring is in place lets dig
Forms are up and ready to pour the new footing
New ten inch block walls completed South elevation
West and South elevations showing completed new ten inch re-enforced block walls

New York City & Beyond Building & Renovation DirectoryNew York City & Beyond Building & Renovation Directory

Corbett Research Group      189 Bridge St      Northampton, MA 01060      Email: results@restorationtrades.com

Copyright © Corbett Research Group

Sponsored by The Guild of Building Artisans

Register to add your company to this listing.