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Elgin, IL

16,000 s.f. - Adaptive Reuse

This project entailed a total gutting and restoration of the former Elk’s Lodge, a two story, 16,000 sf English Tudor structure in Downtown Elgin back to its former 1920’s grandeur. Because of the state of disrepair, the building required structural and environmental analysis. The original ballroom was left in place. Windows and doors were repaired and reused. Existing oak and maple flooring was sanded and re-finished. New trim was created to match existing trim and the exquisite lobby stair was repaired. The building has been transformed into a modern, elegant and fully used facility.

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