The actual construction efforts were facilitated by renowned local contractor Randy Garrett, owner of Garrett & Associates General Contractors. Mr. Garrett worked closely with the Fitzpatrick team to meticulously restore the building's grand style and modernize all the mechanical systems with equal care.

All of the old HVAC systems on newly renovated floors were replaced with new energy efficient VRV systems, which enable simultaneous cooling and heating, meeting the various needs for temperature control. Further efficiencies have been attained by repairing and resealing exterior window joints utilizing long-life glazing and sealants, creating an air-tight seal around the entire building.

Electrical and plumbing systems have also been modernized to allow for improved safety measures and convenience. Advanced fire alarm and elevator upgrades along with other cutting-edge technological

improvements have been made to improve life safety measures in case of emergencies.

Modifications for ADA conformity, implementation of modern telephone, data and CATV cabling and additional computer infrastructure are also assisting in ushering the building into the 21st century.


Garrett Construction Team

Andy Bergfeld summarized the renovation efforts, “We are proud that we were able to truly renovate and transform this historic landmark into a modern, comfortable business environment; one that offers every convenience modern tenants would expect, within a grand, historical building of which very few remain.”

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