Blue Sulphur Springs
Constructed in 1834, the Blue Sulphur Springs Pavilion was the centerpiece of a health resort along Kitchen Creek in Greenbrier County, WV. Over the years the ownership of the property traded hands several times and with the outbreak of the Civil War, several structures were destroyed by fire. The Greek Revival-inspired pavilion was the only structure to survive. In 2013, the Greenbrier County Historical Society acquired the property, and with our help outlining its stabilization and reuse, a plan to restore the structure was created. We aided with multiple phases of restoration with the end goal of the restored structure to become a tourism destination.
- Location: Blue Sulphur Springs, WV
- Client: Friends of the Blue/Greenbrier Historical Society
- Cost: $1,000,000
- Services: Existing Conditions Assessment, Construction Documents, Construction Administration