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When it comes to historic buildings that provide a sense of place, Chicago’s Monadnock Building certainly fits that bill. With a life span from 1893 to the present, the Monadnock Building is an enduring example of both the load-bearing masonry construction style and the “Chicago-School” style of architecture.
Historic masonry buildings have common issues that architects, engineers, conservators, contractors, and owners are often challenged with evaluating and addressing. Historic generally refers to buildings 50 years of age or greater with significance architecturally or culturally.