330 Stuart Street
Exterior Facade and Structural Renovations
Constructed in 1927 and formerly known as the “Salada Tea Building,” 330 Stuart Street is a historically significant transitional masonry building. Gale provided an initial engineering evaluation to categorize the extent of repairs required and performed field and laboratory testing. We then designed the renovation of the brick masonry, limestone panels, and decorative elements; repair/replacement of embedded steel structural supports; and rehabilitation of the concrete. We also provided bid and construction phase services.
The International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) of New England awarded Gale the 2006 Project of the Year Award for the work we performed at 330 Stuart Street.