Treitz HausMoncton, New Brunswick. (1771)
The Treitz Haus, built by Jacob Treitz Sr. in 1771, is the oldest existing building in Moncton and is unique dues to the influence of a Pennsylvania Dutch settler using early Acadian construction technology. The preservation plans prepared by G.F. Duffus & Co. Ltd. included detailed "as found" drawings and detailed structural analysis using three dimensional CAD drawings.
The building was required to be moved to a new site and G.F. Duffus & co. Ltd assisted with siting the building as well as preparing contract documents for a new foundation with a barrier free accessible basement, stabilization of the building, a new fireplace and chimneys, siding and historic window and door replacement.