We worked with the City of Kingston to design renovations and alterations to the façade of the Kingston Trolley Museum to be more reflective of the history of the area. The museum stands on the old footings and foundation of the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad engine shop. The façade improvements needed to utilize materials consistent with the waterfront development standards. They included new brick veneer, fiber-cement lap siding, windows, doors and new interior and exterior stairs. New fascias, gutters and sub-surface drainage were installed as well as an air sealing initiative to protect the building from the environment.