Waterloo Train Depot

MARTINRILEY architects/engineers is very familiar with the intricacies of working on this type of project. MARTINRILEY has been working with the Town of Waterloo for fifteen months or more on this project. During that time, the firm has performed a thorough building analysis to determine the feasibility of the building supporting increased usage as a
functional train station, a museum, Chamber of
Commerce office and the like. The assessment looked at structure, roof, fenestration, mechanical and
electrical systems, lighting, and accessibility issues. The findings concluded that the building could meet
building codes and support the town’s goals.

As a result, the MARTINRILEY prepared an exterior rendering, a floor plan was proposed and preliminary opinions of probable costs were created in order to provides structure and documentation in the pursuit of funding and permits. Following the award of funds, MARTINRILEY prepared documents necessary to satisfy Section 106 requirements, Indiana Department of Transportation requirements and documents necessary to solicit the competitive bidding of restoration work.


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