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Remodel for Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant in Corvallis.
In late August, the Old Spaghetti Factory called us to find out if we could help them remodel the historic rail depot that once held Michael’s Landing and Terminus restaurants. They had an aggressive schedule to open by mid-November and didn’t know any local craftsmen. We offered to help and Old Spaghetti Factory hired us to provide the framing and structural repairs required to reinforce the historic building and bring back its splendor. Cascade Design provided structural engineering and gave direction for replacing a few posts, reinforcing an old timber beam and reinforcing a steel beam.
G. Christianson Construction has had our crew of three trim carpenters working at Old Spaghetti Factory for three weeks and expect to finish on schedule. The crew salvaged the old interior trim and re-milled the old vertical grain Douglas fir for reuse. We are installing new Poplar post wraps, corbels and trim. On the main level we pulled the historic windows, refinished and re-installed them. Next we installed Lauan wainscot paneling, battens, top rail and trim. After that, we installed built-up trim around the existing windows to mimic the historic trim. We are very excited to help restore an exceptional piece of Corvallis’ history.
Here are links to articles about this project in the Corvallis Gazette Times: http://www.gazettetimes.com/news/old-spaghetti-factory-opens-new-chapter-in-corvallis-historic-rail/article_905ce9e6-55c0-11e4-a638-43514badb858.html