Railroads stimulated economic growth and technological innovation for much of the 19th and 20th centuries and in many communities they remain the most important and prominent buildings. Preserving historic train stations enables updating them to modern standards, promoting a sense of culture, saving irreplaceable landmarks, and protecting the environment.
For over 40 years, EverGreene has partnered with contractors, developers, and architects to preserve many of America’s most significant treasures. Our clients and partners rely on our design and problem-solving capabilities, diverse expertise, and quality craftsmanship when repurposing historic structures, integrating modern amenities into historic spaces, and preserving original art.
Collaborating with EverGreene opens up new opportunities for restoration and modernization, increasing the prestige of your portfolio and delivering impressive, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly results.
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- Stations were called Union Station when multiple railroad companies shared the same location—we worked on five (5).
- Seven (7) stations were designed in the beaux-arts, a prevalent style in the United States between 1880 and 1920.
- We won awards for our work on five (5) stations.
- Ten (10) are on the National Register of Historic Places, and four of those are further designated as National Historic Landmarks.
- Five (5) are adaptive reuse projects—now serving the communities as museums, theaters, offices, and even a cocktail bar.