Alviso Adobe Structural/Seismic Strengthening and Rehabilitation
Location: Pleasanton, Ca
Overview: This adobe was constructed in 1854. It was used as a dairy farm until 1969. There had been several alterations and one addition to the original building.
Treeline’s role: Our scope of work for the City of Pleasanton was to structurally stabilize the adobe buildings using concrete bond beams on top of adobe walls, rehabilitate the adobe blocks and walls, replace the missing and severely damaged blocks with new blocks made on site from adobe excavated on site.
Treeline performed the rehabilitation of the Alviso Adobe under the direction of Chris
Pattillo of PGA Architects in Oakland, CA. The preservation efforts of this project also included an exterior plaster with a white wash finish, rebuilt doors and windows, repair and replacement of flooring.
The Alviso Adobe is now a museum for the City of Pleasanton.