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Sixth Engine

Project Description

Location: Washington, DC
Square Feet: 3,600
Year Completed: 2011
Owner:  Engine 6 LLC
Architect:  Streetsense
Awards:  ABC 2012 Excellence in Construction

“Value engineering was exercised by BGC in a manner that produced the space we desired while maintaining fiscal responsibility and a high level of quality.”

Jeremy Carman
Managing Partner, Sixth Engine

BuilderGuru Contracting managed the design process alongside Street Sense on this 3,600 square foot full service bar and kitchen.  The Engine 6 firehouse is the oldest firehouse in Washington, DC and was built in 1855 for the Metropolitan Hook and Ladder Company.  Conserving the historic nature of this building was a vital component in the building process.  Structural modifications and upgrade to extend the building’s footprint and support a full service kitchen on the 2nd floor.  Structural ceiling timbers remained in place and the brick construction was restored.  

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