R.A. Keller Architects
This women's shelter provides space for 10 families, plus working space for the administration staff.
The scope of work included removal of most
of the original building while preserving the facade, construction of a new building behind the preserved facade, and a new construction addition to the left side of the building.
Because this building is considered
to be among Pittsburgh's most historically significant, the selective demolition, foundation underpinning, and general construction were sequenced with care, in order to preserve the original facade.