Rhode Island South Street Landing Project
Partnering with the design team at Tsoi/Kobus Associates of Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Jarmak Corporation procured and provided the salvaged timbers out of the circa 1907 American Tourister building in Warren, Rhode Island for reuse in South Street Landing in Providence.
The $220 million redevelopment project
will restore a 1912 power plant to provide administrative offices for Brown University, as well as for a Nursing Learning Center for University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College and serve as a nexus for development on Providence Harbor.
We reconfigured the wood from 125 year old timbers. The beams were carefully sawn, milled to perfection and finished to exacting specifications by craftsmen before being installed as shown in the above photographs.
Jarmak Corporation’s reclaimed wood has been used throughout the nation in historic buildings as well as in new construction where aesthetic and natural appointments are preferred.