Hoey Building Historic Renovations
|Owner:||North Carolina School for the Deaf|
|Contract Amount:||$5.2 M|
|Construction Time:||1 year|
This project consisted of renovating an existing three-story building, approximately 37,275 SF, originally built in the early 1900s. This project required a total interior renovation of all floors to provide classrooms and administrative offices. Hazardous material abatement was part of the contract involving the floor tile and mastic. The exterior brick was cleaned and pointed up and new windows installed. The exterior renovations included replacing windows, installing new slate sills, and restoring the surrounding brick to accommodate new window sizes. Brick restoration also included work where various items were removed from the exterior (downspouts, condensate drains, etc.). The new windows were consistent in appearance with the original style while providing better energy efficiency.