SoCo Urban Lofts Facade and Structural Repairs
Construction Delivery Method: Competitive Sealed Proposal
Originally constructed in 1930, the Santa Fe Railroad Building in Dallas, Texas, has been converted into downtown lofts. JQ conducted an extensive facilities assessment and repairs of the 360,000 SF, ten-story building’s façade. The exterior components consisted of brick masonry veneer and cast stone unit. Repairs to building included mortar joint, anchorage systems and joint sealants to restore the structural and weatherproofing integrity of the exterior envelope. Two below grade parking levels that extend under the adjacent streets also required extensive repair of the concrete frame.