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Historic Renovations

Maintain the building's historical integrity. This is the hallmark of Brycon's many successful historic renovation projects. Brycon develops sensitive, sensible solutions to the challenges presented by older buildings, while maintaining their historical significance. Challenges often arise during historic renovation projects; frequently, existing drawings are unavailable and many unknown structural elements exist. Brycon works closely with design teams, preservation experts, the client and end-users throughout the process as challenges are discovered. Through creative, adaptive reuse strategies, Brycon provides the updated features, renovations and repairs while preserving the historic content of the facilities.