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Location: Cincinnati, OH
Construction Schedule: May 2014 – January 2015
Customer: Taft’s Ale House
Architect and/or Engineer: The Drawing Department, Taylor Interior Designs
HGC Role: Construction Manager

This three-level brewpub is housed in the former St Paul’s German Evangelical Church in Over-the-Rhine. The church had fallen victim to weather conditions due to the deteriorated roof structure. HGC first stabilized the deteriorating historical church then renovated it. Its theme is based on William “Big Willy” Taft and features a blend of industrial and Victorian design. The space includes two bars, a large beer hall with communal tables, traditional dining space as well as private dining in the bell tower.

Taft's Ale House construction
Taft's Ale House Construction
Taft's Ale House during construction
Taft's Ale House construction
Taft's Ale House interior
Taft's Ale House interior
Taft's Ale House window
Taft's Ale House construction
Taft's Ale House construction
Taft's Ale House exterior
Taft's Ale House bar
Taft's Ale House bar
Taft's Ale House interior
Taft's Ale House construction of exterior

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