Low Voltage Systems
Power & Lighting
J.H. Findorff & Sons
177,850 sq. ft.
Roman was enlisted to help remodel a historic building, running power through an existing structure with slanted floors and working around 18-inch-thick concrete, a style not normally used in modern construction.
While leveling the existing floors, Roman was able to embed conduit in the floors and add new wiring without disrupting the building's historic character. Close coordination and constant x-raying ensured that we completed the work without disrupting any existing structure.
Eric Sadler, Project Manager, Findorff
The building was originally constructed in 1907 for the Ziegler Candy Company. The 98 open-style apartments feature Energy Star appliances, including washer and dryer, large windows, high ceilings and exposed ductwork. A new three-story parking structure is accessible through the basement and a second story bridge.