Rehabilitation of the Goode Barn

Location: Lorenzo, Texas

Date: September 2010 

Client:  Billie Blair


Description:  Built in the 1880s, the Goode Barn is an example of early rural, utilitarian farming structures used in the remote areas of the Llano Estacado region in Texas. The Goode Barn has been in the Goode-Blair family for over fifty years and maintained until the 1970s following the death of Mr. Goode. CARMA LLC, was hired by the family to conduct a detailed architectural survey of the building and develop architectural drawings and recommendations for the stabilization and rehabilitation of the barn. The drawings included a floor plan, roof plan, four elevations, two sections and significant details.  A structures report and preservation planning will provide direction for the restoration of the building in situ.


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