Projects In Progress
The Krall log barn that was located east of Schaefferstown was built in 1796. It was a double crib log structure with two thrashing floors that measure 36’ wide by 72’ long. It is typical of the log barns built by the Pennsylvania Germans that were the early settlers of this area and is the only one of its type left in Lebanon County. Howard Scharff, the owner, agreed to donate the barn to have it dismantled and re-constructed in Lebanon County. The Union Canal Tunnel Park is now the new home to the Krall Barn. Re-construction has started with the second floor consisting of the original wood floor framing bearing on new concrete block walls. The original log walls and roof framing rise above the second floor. Stay tuned for more updated construction photos as this beautiful “OLD” barn becomes “BARN AGAIN”!
NEW PHOTOS ADDED! Take a look at the progress.
New Providence Church of God
In planning since 2012, this 23,300 sq.ft. two story addition to the New Providence Church of God consists of a concrete basement, precast, prestressed concrete plank on the first floor with a pre-engineered metal building surrounding the multi-purpose room. The first floor lobby is conventionally framed with steel joists, concrete slab-on-deck, light gage steel bearing walls and steel joist roof framing. The Porte-Cochere is steel framed with light gage steel roof trusses. A new elevator and a new stair tower provide integrated circulation between the addition and the existing Church. Architectural design was by Cornerstone Design Architects with design/building construction by Warfel Construction.
Hunterdon Creekside Clubhouse
This 5,500 SF single-story clubhouse serves the members of this exclusive 55+ active adult community in Raritan Township, New Jersey. The community includes 137 single-family homes and 109 townhomes priced in the range between $360,000. and $507,000. The Clubhouse includes a community room with a kitchen and wet bar, a game room, an activities room, a fitness room and restrooms, all adjacent to an outdoor swimming pool. The Clubhouse features a two-story central atrium and an outside covered lounge complete with a double-sided fireplace. Greenebaum Structures partnered with MK Architects of Lancaster and Pulte Homes of New Jersey in this exciting and up-scale clubhouse project. Occupancy is scheduled for Spring, 2019.
Union Canal Elementary School
Greenebaum Structures recently teamed with Beers + Hoffman Architects and Reynolds Construction Management on the second addition to the ever-growing Cornwall-Lebanon School District’s newest elementary school. The 10,600 SF addition includes a new conference room adjacent to the main reception area and a high-bay large group instruction room with a stage at one end and a folding partition down the middle.
Adjacent new spaces include restrooms, a maintenance area, a lobby and a vestibule. The new entry is highlighted by an architecturally exposed structural steel, barrel-arch-trussed canopy. Other structural work included supporting new folding partitions in two existing spaces and support of new rooftop mechanical equipment throughout the school. Occupancy is scheduled for 2019.