This fall, we had the privilege of working on what was once the largest cotton mill in the world. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and is part of the Harmony Mills complex in Cohoes.
We repaired the bricks on what used to be the power plant, constructed in 1911. There were multiple locations near the roof, windows and sides of the building that needed replacing. There were also places where bricks were falling off the building because the mortar was failing. We relaid those sections in order to prevent any further water damage and damage to the building itself. The owner plans to convert the space into a restaurant – we look forward to seeing how the inside transforms!