This project is a 3,778 SF rehabilitation of the historic Coy-Hoffman Barn built in 1866, and is the oldest agricultural structure still standing in Northern Colorado. Our team converted it into a conference center, reusing much of the existing implements and material found within the barn. The barn has a stone masonry foundation which was tuckpointed and repaired, and the existing upper hayloft constructed of timber and wood framing was removed to open up the space. Much of the existing structure was retained, and material was reinstalled for interpretation. The scope of this project includes structural repairs and upgrades, selective demolition, new concrete slab with polished concrete finish, new restrooms in the lean-to addition, insulation systems, and extensive wood work, new finishes, new mechanical, electrical and audiovisual systems and a new cedar shingle roof.