Alexander Ramsey House

Saint Paul, Minnesota

The Alexander Ramsey Historic Site occupies a parcel of land that was owned by Alexander Ramsey, Minnesota’s first territorial governor, and his heirs between 1850 and 1964. Designed by Saint Paul architect Monroe Sheire in the French Second Empire Style, it is a focal point for the Irvine Park Historic District.

 

We have provided design and consultation services for several separate projects at the Ramsey House, including an extensive Historic Structures Report with an energy plan. Other services have included a physical conditions survey, paint color analysis, a finishes report, a Maintenance and furnishings plan, and design for masonry restoration and HVAC replacement.

 

CLIENT

Minnesota Historical Society

 

PROJECT PARTNERS

Mechanical Engineer: Jack Snow

Electrical Engineer: EEA

Mechanical Engineer: Dunham

Mechanical Engineer: Engineered Aeroacoustics

Structural Engineer: Mattson Macdonald Young

Contractors for Masonry Project: Harlson Construction

Contractors HVAC Upgrade: McFarland Construction

 

links

Ramsey House website

National Register nomination

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