Project Type: Renovation
Client: Seward Community Co-op
Built in 1920, the Seward Co-op Franklin Creamery Building was first home to a co-op that processed and delivered dairy products. Today this historic building has transformed back to its original purpose of being a food production facility.
LHB provided architecture, interior design, structural and civil engineering, and landscape architecture services for the two phase renovation project that the creamery building underwent.
The renovation project included adding an elevator to access new second floor office space, a first floor café and production kitchen. LHB also provided site work and loading dock revisions. The first floor café opened to the public in late July in addition to the Creamery launching food production and delivery to the Franklin Store.