Welcome Center Historic Rehabilitation (2022 to 2023)
Location: Yosemite National Park
Overview: This historic building was built originally as a restaurant incorporating stunning views, riparian areas, and an emphasis on the natural environment. The building morphed through many changes in use and remodels, none of them taking into account the original aesthetics. The rehabilitation restores the original grandeur of the building taking special care to preserve the original historic woodwork, while incorporating contemporary design features.
Treeline’s role: Treeline is currently sub-contracted in the rehabilitation of this building. This rehabilitation consisted of a careful removal and preservation of historic materials, redesign of the original floor plan, installation of new interior walls, hard wood paneling, hardwood doors, and re-installation of original historic interior and exterior trim and materials. This building is scheduled to be transferred back to National Park Service in April 2023.