Nagel Architects + Engineers is providing design services to renovate certain parts of the Pulaski Park Pavilion building, which will help bring it up to code and repair some of the damage from years of wear and tear. The Pulaski Park pavilion is a 5,000 SF structure built in the 1930s. It is currently used by a youth summer camp and there are occasional meetings held at the facility. Because of the date of the building, it does not meet ADA requirements.
One piece of the project is to replace the roof shingles and any damaged structural elements. The rotting trim, fascia, soffits and purlins will need to be replaced or repaired. The exterior of the building will also receive a fresh coat of paint.
Inside the building, a majority of the work involves renovating the men’s and women’s bathrooms to meet ADA code requirements. New plumbing fixtures and ADA accessible toilet compartments will be installed. The front entry door and the bathroom doors will all be demolished and new ADA compliant doors will replace them. The interior work also involves installing new light fixtures and painting in the community room, as well as, updating all emergency exit lighting throughout the main floor.