Commercial Building Renovations in Maryland

Commercial building renovations require a different set of skills and knowledge base than residential properties. The team at Irvine Construction team has the necessary experience in both. We’ve been working with remodeling, renovation, client tenant fit-out, and adaptive reuse for commercial building projects since 1985.

Our team has the experience needed in design/build process to work within your budget to deliver the project from our initial meeting through the final walkthrough.

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1. Historic Masonry Warehouse. Location: Frederick, Maryland

A renovation and transformation of a historic Frederick City masonry warehouse into an Antique business and a space for contemporary living. The exterior was retained by adding a skeleton of structural steel work to the interior to restore the integrity of the walls without effecting an aesthetic change to the exterior, as required by the local Historical Society. We added a second floor along with a total interior adaptive reuse into a residence. The Washington Post newspaper “Home Section” and the “Frederick” magazines also featured this project. (A local publication of general interest).

2. Historic Church Renovation. Location: Frederick, Maryland

Our contract work consisted of installing air conditioning to a Church complex, beginning with the large sanctuary. Once again, our goal was to avoid affecting the aesthetics and historic nature of the church. The construction means and methods solution was to scaffold the entire area and demolish all necessary existing structural work and finishes such as millwork, plastering, and masonry. After installing the mechanical systems, all features were reproduced to the exact original conditions. The result is the appearance as if nothing had been disturbed.

3. Bed and Breakfast Inn Renovation. Location: Buckeystown Maryland

This is an exterior renovation project of a historic 1897 Inn. We provided extensive repair to the framework, roof, siding, cornice, columns, moldings, shutters, and porches. In addition, all original features and millwork were reproduced to original profiles. Finally, we painted all detail work to the original color palette scheme.

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