369 Congress Street Facade Restoration
This project involved facade repair and restoration of a former industrial building in the heart of Boston’s booming Seaport District. GRLA worked closely with the building’s owner, the City of Boston Landmarks Commission, and the Contractor to restore the crumbling concrete facade while preserving the building’s character within the neighborhood.
In addition to the work on the facade, GRLA completed an investigation and repair of spalling issues at multiple locations, and oversaw masonry re-pointing and replacement of window sealant systems.
The 8-story, 57,000 SF building was constructed in 1918 and is part of the Fort Point Channel Landmark District. It is currently home to a microbrewery, a small market, and multi-tenant office space