This project was a major renovation and restoration of the historic Phi Delta Theta Fraternity House, originally built in the late 1800â€™s in Los Angeles, California. The project was a complete reconstruction of the entire house including, but not limited to, the following: extensive concrete work performed to raise a remaining portion of the previously fire-damaged structure accommodating new foundations; existing basement was enlarged to accommodate the placement of new HVAC units. All new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems were installed throughout. Renovation included infrastructure and all exterior flatwork including new handicap access ramp and addition of outside patio areas.
Further, the entire house structure was completely reframed to accommodate seventeen (17) new bedrooms, a music room, a library, and six (6) bathrooms. Upgrades included a new full-service commercial kitchen, a complete restoration of the existing Chapter Round Room to its original condition with the addition of custom lighting; new custom wood windows to match replaced original divided light windows. The exterior of the house was finished with new stucco, new perimeter custom fencing, and was complete with landscaping.
This successful project renovation resulted in a first class-quality historic home restoration.