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Impossible Project

  • 1.  Impossible Project

    Posted 10-08-2018 19:13
    I managed the construction of a historically listed building that sat with tarps on it for over 10 years. A neighborhood association re-roofed it to try and hold it together. Finally a donor came through and then the state was able to move forward with Federal High and Transportation funding and restore it. The building was the baggage end of a train station - the original station was replaced in 1918 and the Baggage depot was then used by the Railway
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    Express until it was abandoned. Restoration was complete in 2017 and is now the home of the Salem Greyhound Bus Station. Before and after shots.siding.jpg
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    Leah McMillan, AIA, LEED AP
    503-580-4171





  • 2.  RE: Impossible Project

    Posted 10-09-2018 17:38
    Cool - and a boon to mass transportation.




  • 3.  RE: Impossible Project

    Posted 10-09-2018 21:55

    Beautiful; thanks for sharing Leah! 

     

    I do have as of today the panelists selected for the A19 program "Breathing Life into the Impossible Project".  For those who will at A19 in Las Vegas June 6-8 2019 I hope you'll join me as we share a few stories of amazing transformations driven by passionate architects turning the "impossible" into the real.