PA Farm Show Complex Restorations

1-IMG_18351The 98th Pennsylvania Farm Show resulted in a great crowd this year despite the harsh winter weather. After water penetration issues were discovered on the Marclay Street side of the Farm Show complex, SAAarchitects has assessed the troubled areas and is currently in the design phase to start remediating the issue. Causes of the leak include deterioration of mortar joints on exterior veneer and cap and roof counter flashing. SAAarchitects will be able to resolve the issues by restoring and reinstalling limestone capstones, removing portions of the existing masonry, salvaging and repairing cast frieze elements for reinstallation, and reinstalling veneer with proper control joints and moisture protection– all while maintaining the historical significance of the structure. Check back for updates as the project progresses!


165-Year-Old Establishment Chooses SAA for Pivotal Expansion

Road House Restaurant & Bar– Before & After

The Road House Restaurant & Bar located in York, PA has selected SAAarchitects for designing a 2,814 sq ft expansion. Originally built in 1848 as the Mckinley-Ogden estate, this building has been a community fixture for over 160 years. The newly renovated facility will have a total footprint of 6,957 sq ft and a completely renovated interior. Check back frequently for the opening date.

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