West York Project Reuses Bricks From Demolition Site

A 10,000-square-foot building was demolished and the bricks are being cleaned and reused for another project.  The Keystone Weaving Mill is being turned into apartments and the bricks from the demolition will be used to replace missing bricks at the old mill.

The savings is about a $5 per brick difference between reuse and making new bricks!  Great cost savings, certainly a green solution and the use of period bricks makes the renovation historically accurate!  A win-win in my book!

To read the entire article from the York Dispatch, click here:

http://www.yorkdispatch.com/news/ci_18499697

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