Seaholm Power Plant

Austin, Texas

Seaholm Power Plant has attained status as an iconic Austin landmark since its construction in two phases, in 1951 and 1955. In collaboration with STG Design, Clayton Korte’s primary role in its redevelopment is as Historic Consultant to the design team, guiding efforts of preservation, rehabilitation, selective partial demolition and pursuit of historic tax credits. Our scope also includes technical assessment of existing conditions and development of solutions for energy efficient-retrofit windows, waterproofing the entire structure and new roofing.

Project Team:
Preservation Architecture: Clayton Korte
Architecture: Charles Rose Architects
Consulting Architect: STG Design
MEP Engineer: Bay & Associates
Structural Engineer: Structures + Haynes Whaley Associates
General Contractor: Flintco LLC

Awards:
2015 Preservation Austin, Merit Award

Photography:
Casey Dunn

Seaholm Power Plant

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