Adaptive Reuse from Kreider and Diller Builders, Inc in Lancaster, York, and Surrounding Areas in Pennsylvania and Maryland
Adaptive Reuse is the process of repurposing a building for a specific business type. This could be a historic building or a company from another industry. While technically challenging, this method creates beautiful work spaces and incredible works of art. Kreider and Diller Builders, Inc has mastered this craft and has successfully transitioned numerous buildings within Lancaster, York, and Surrounding Areas in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
When crafting a new building from a historic one, there can be many challenges. One such challenge is bringing these sites up to modern day standards. Before starting a project, we spend much time researching building records and checking a building’s Certificate of Occupancy in order to scan for clues. Following that, we’ll do a physical walk-through. In certain cases, the weight of a business can be too much for older floors to handle. That’s why it’s important to hire a company that’ll do it’s full due diligence.
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Finding the building to suit your needs is an important one. Among other things, you want the perfect location, good energy, and a space that can house your company. Over the years, many people have entrusted Kreider and Diller Builders, Inc with creating this space. Schedule a free consultation with us today by filling out the form that can be found here. We look forward to working with you!
Adaptive Reuse Projects Below
Previous Next DESCRIPTION: Manos House chose Kreider & Diller as general contractor for the huge challenge of completely renovating and restoring a former crack house next
Previous Next DESCRIPTION: Restoration and conversion of a 1797 mill for Nissley Winery’s corporate offices. From the outside the building looks like a well-preserved 1797 stone
Previous Next DESCRIPTION: The facades of two building that were formerly part of the James F. Wild Auto Parts site on North Queen Street, Lancaster were
Previous Next DESCRIPTION: Lancaster law office renovations. Adaptive reuse of unfinished space in this 1800’s brick building. Special features – Installed three windows with Fire Glass
Previous Next DESCRIPTION: Convert Existing Stone and Frame Barn to a Conference Center. When Millersville Bible Church acquired the property at 1940 New Danville Pike, an