WHERE TRADITION MEETS INNOVATION
Construction Management at Risk, Historic Renovation, Municipal, Renovation/Addition

Isaac Adair House: Lawrenceville, GA

Built in 1827 in the City of Lawrenceville, the Isaac Adair House is one of the oldest homes in Gwinnett County, Georgia. The house sat in its original location until 1984, when the 200,000 pound structure was disassembled and moved to a rural area off of Sugarloaf Parkway. However, due to rapid development in the area, the house soon found itself directly in the path of the planned parkway extension and was moved again in 2006. Isaac Adair now sits in its final location in Lawrenceville next to the 1838 Lawrenceville Female Seminary on South Clayton Street. Both structures are on the National Register of Historic Places. Hogan worked with the City to restore the home in its new location by reconstructing four brick chimneys, adding a ramp to increase ADA accessibility and performing exterior rehabilitation. This unique house has a rich history and will soon be open for public tours.

Client Quote:

“They [Hogan] recently completed a construction project on a c. 1827 historic house owned by Gwinnett County, which included footings, a new handicap ramp, a staircase, reconstruction of four chimneys with 8 fireplaces, construction of a front porch, and minor site work at the perimeter of the house. Hogan completed this project ahead of schedule despite inclement winter weather. I can honestly state that this was the most successfully executed and completed project I have administered in the past few years.”

Bette Conaway, Senior Planner
Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Project Administrator

Issac Adair House, Lawrenceville, GA