Hughes Construction was contacted to stabilize the corner of this three story warehouse. During an engineering inspection, it was determined that the bearing brick walls were settling and pulling away from the rest of the structure. Old buildings like this were never adequately tied to the floor joist system, which provides a weak point in the structure, allowing the separation. Threaded steel bars were fed through the nearly two foot thick walls, anchored to the floor joist system, and capped with a square steel plate. The owner determined that they did not want to lift the structure back in into place so the cracks present from the movement of the building were re-tuck pointed to seal the exterior wall. Cracks in the foundation were stapled and injected with structural epoxy.