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Bryntesen Structural Engineers Relocates to New Fort Lauderdale Location

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  • September 29, 2016
  • We’ve moved! February, 2006 we opened our new office doors at the southwest corner of Federal highway and Oakland Park Boulevard. Coined adaptive reuse, the new office was originally designed by Architect Dan Duckham in the mid-seventies as a night club named “Montego Bay”. As many of you remember! Over the years it opened under several less than memorable names, and had remained vacant for about seven years before it came to our attention.
  • It took eleven months and three hurricanes to restore the structure and prepare it for occupancy under the “change of use” guidelines. It’s a great place to work and we are fortunate to have saved this Fort Lauderdale icon from the fate that so many of Dan’s projects from this period have suffered. Visiting Fort Lauderdale in April, Dan dropped in one morning for a look. He came back again in the afternoon. I believe he’s pleased.

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