Take a peek behind the scenes of this exciting project. We have included images that capture key moments of the preservation process.
C&H Restoration and Renovation is continuing to rebuild the collapsed 612 roof, with new framing. While we were able to save almost all the original structural members on the 614 (left) roof, we’ve known the condition of the 612 roof is a different story and would require rebuilding.
Stabilization work has been funded by an African American Heritage Preservation Program grant administered by the Maryland Historical Trust and Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture, as well as a a grant from Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development.
The foundations were stabilized and reconstructed as needed. Before the walls were temporarily removed, all studs were documented and labeled so they could be put back in their original locations.
C&H beginning the process of rebuilding the roof and dormers.