Natalee Lee Quay Lemur Lotus Tower
Myakka City, FL United States | 2015
The Paul Revere Memorial Association opened its new Education and Visitor Center on December 3, 2016. This marked the culmination of a multi-year construction effort to make the Paul Revere House historic site fully handicapped accessible, provide modern amenities for all visitors, and debut a new permanent exhibit on Paul Reveres ride.
Visitors with diminished mobility have never been able to view the 2nd floor of the Revere House due to limitations of adding new construction to such a historically significant structure. To address this issue, the architect designed an accessible "bridge" to the second floor. Recognizing that the bridge and railings were exposed to the harsh New England weather, hot dip galvanizing was specified for its durability and ease of maintenance.
The Greater Boston community responded generously to The Paul Revere Memorial Association's request for donations and several members of the A/E community, including the galvanizer, stepped up and provided their services at no charge.
Boston, MA United States
Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Turnaround Time
Railings, Handicap Accessible Ramp & Bridge, and Bridge steel supports.
Nina Zannieri, Director
The Paul Revere Memorial Association
Nelson Steel Fabricators
Mills Whitaker Architects
Duncan Galvanizing Corp.
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