This was the first thing I saw driving up to the project.
What I saw driving up to the Christmas party.
This would become the side or handicap entrance, and the entrance to the garages at the back.
The side entrance includes a driveway that can park up to three cars.
The view from the back entrance, off of the alley.
Stripping (demo) this building back to the point that we could move forward required serious planning.
Finally, the first delivery of siding, believe it or not, was the WRONG COLOR...argh!!!
The perfect place to set up for catering...in the rain!
Installing very cool glass roll-up doors made this space a work place instead of a parking space. For now it's just storage.
Not glamorous but it will do.
A view looking from the back of the main building to the front entrance.
At one point there were five lifts on this project getting it done!
Installing light fixtures is always an uplifting milestone. It signals "the end is near".
The offices have a polished industrial feel with all the exposed mechanicals.
Walking in the front door, the view through this "A" Frame structure included a new skylight.
Looking toward the front through the back entrance is equally as impressive.
This black and white polished industrial look came alive during the holidays.
Another great interior view that includes the side entrance.
Torrance steel windows and doors were at the heart of this renovation.
It's a great feeling when months worth of decision making all comes together and the outcome is fantastic. Thank You