Walter Cooper Barn Restoration

Principal, Greg Coons, co-authored an article with Jennifer Mortenson from the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation about the Walter Cooper Barn restoration project in Redmond, Washington.

TRUSTNEWS April 2016 (pages 10-11)

The Barn received a King County Landmark designation in 2014. The project received a Heritage Barn Preservation Initiative Grant and also a 4Culture’s Landmarks Capital Grant to help with construction and restoration process. In addition to the restoration, this project was constructed to accommodate a future distillery, tasting room and event venue that is anticipated to be complete in 2017.

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