Jerry Berggren invites you to interact with him during a 60-minute webinar to learn the practical possibilities for maintaining your historic structures. By identifying Mother Nature’s “weapons” of destruction, Jerry will share with you ways to recover from this deterioration and care for your structures as the 2020 Pandemic continues. The crux of the webinar will help you to determine when “good enough” is good enough, when “better” is better, and when only the “best” will do when caring for your historic structures.
Jerry Berggren’s webinar “Good, Better, Best: How to Protect Your Building While on the Road to Recovery” is hosted by the Nebraska Main Street Network and will take place on December 21, 2020, at noon. Berggren Architects has been involved in numerous restoration projects throughout Nebraska.
Sketch of Historic Dowtown Grand Island by Jerry Berggren of Berggren Architects.
Restored Gas Station, “Eddies”, located in Nebraska City, Nebraska. The restoration of the gas station was completed in 2012.
Sketch of the Historic Façade of the Jones Building in Grand Island made by Jerry Berggren of Berggren Architects.
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The first phase of restoration on the City of Cheyenne’s historic water fountain, located at Cheyenne Regional Airport, is now complete. The waterproofing on the upper bowl and the tile on the lower bowl of the fountain were replaced after spalling occurred due to exposure to many Cheyenne winters. After years of sitting idle, the city plans to revive use of the fountain once again.
Berggren Architects is pleased to announce Ashley Peterson, Associate AIA as its most recent team member. Ashley’s primary responsibility will be Marketing & Business Development Director as she continues to work toward licensure as a Nebraska architect. Ashley...
Master craftsman and stonemason Nigel Copsey presents "Rediscovering Traditional Mortars - The More Sustainable Solution." This workshop teaches the importance of "like for like" strategies for repairing mortar joints in masonry structures. It also instructs...