A Room by the Bay
If you’re in the business of architectural restoration, San Francisco is a great place to be. The area was first settled by Spain–on the very spot where The San Francisco Presidio stands today–in the same year the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia.
The Presidio is home turf for us. We’ve been restoring and replicating doors and windows at the fort since it was turned over to The National Park Service in 1998. We’ve helped rehabilitate and repurpose the old officer’s club, the fort stockade (now the visitor’s center) and been a part of helping visitors to enjoy the area through our role in the creation of 2 new hotels–among others.
Our latest is the 40-room Lodge at the Presidio, housed in the compound’s Building 105 and billed as “the closest hotel to the Golden Gate Bridge.” Have a look at the Presidio’s newest luxury accommodation…
Working with Plant Construction, Wooden Window restored or replicated over 50 casements, double-hung, awning and storm windows in the brand-new hotel–bringing the past back to life for visitors in a new century.
|A Seat by the Window||Livermore Train Depot|
|A Seat by the Window|
|Livermore Train Depot|