Crossland renovates historic structure for local brewery
The Boulevard Brewing
Visitors Center was a much-anticipated attraction for beer enthusiasts in Kansas City
and the surrounding regions. Crossland Construction Company
was excited to be awarded the $2.2 million renovation project. The original structure, built in 1929, is a four-story building with a basement. Interior designs included removing the drywall and carpet to reveal the exposed masonry walls and concrete floors. A custom conveyor system transports the kegs from the basement to the upper levels. A Shasta trailer was placed on the second floor and functions as a photo booth. Additional beer hall features include various themed areas, incorporating a board game space, a lounge area, a nook, and an imported foosball table. Custom-made, laser-cut steel lines the walls of the stairwell opening. The project was delivered to a delighted Owner and a delighted public. Warehouse is used to house all of the equipment used in the oil operations.