After purchasing an existing pole building, the owners of CJ Pony Parts in Dauphin County near Harrisburg, PA employed the services of J.E. Horst Builder to remodel the interior of the structure into 3 garage bays. Upon completion, the newly renovated automotive garage style building is to be used as a video and photography studio for the installation of automotive parts and accessories. The services provided by J.E.
Office | Business Construction
J.E. Horst Builder is a leading contractor for office and business construction.
This business owner contacted J. E. Horst for help with design and construction of a new office building. The problem was that they had outgrown their current office space, and they were in bad need of more offices. The solution to the problem was not that far away; attached to their current building was the old original barn where for many years chickens were raised for their eggs, and the eggs were sold to the locals and also to many stores. J. E. Horst proposed tearing down the original barn portion of the building, and constructing a new building in its place.
A local electrical contractor contacted J. E. Horst to do some office renovation work. J.E. Horst designed a multi-phase renovation plan for this building and began with phase one. The renovation work included removing some office partitions, repurposing an existing conference room into office space and adding a larger conference room on the upper floor for the electrical division and a conference room on the lower floor for the traffic control division.
J. E. Horst Building & Remodeling purchased this property from a cabinet shop company. The entire front wall of the shop area was removed and replaced with a new foundation and all new framing, adding overhead doors and man doors to make the shop space more usable. There was also some renovation work done in the office, converting a showroom area into a conference room.
This project involved adding a handicap ramp and an elevator to make the building accessible to meet the current codes. A new curtain wall was added at the main entrance to the building. The interior was redesigned, adding a common area to serve the new tenant spaces that were added. One of the spaces was fit out for office and sales area. Many of the building systems were totally redone, bringing peace of mind to the building owner knowing that he had a building that was up to date and offered much flexibility for the future.
We remodeled an existing commercial building replacing all the exterior siding and roofing and provided tenant space division and fit outs. This project was 13,200 sq. ft.