A 100-year old Heritage Oak got in the way of our construction, so rather than mow it down, we excavated it and moved it just a few yards away. The tree is thriving in it's new home :)
The before. . . . the grand relocation back to Pearl. . .to the finished product in it's "new" home. This train is over 100 years old, and used to transport the Pearl Beer to the big train station
Our metal working artist working on our pieces at his shop. . .to welding it in place in our event facility
The Pearl Stable -- Before and After. It used to really be a stable to house the horses that pulled the beer wagons. Now it is the "hottest" event facility in town.
The Center for Foods of the Americas. A premiere upscale cooking school in the early days of construction, and now
(l) The landmark of the property, the old Brewhouse;
(r) The inside of the Aveda Institute on the property. A top-of-the-line cosmetology school.