The meeting of the Euclid Architectural Review Board on March 24th featured presentations on two major development projects coming soon to the City of Euclid. The plans of The Lincoln Electric Company and Imani United Church of Christ were both enthusiastically received by the Board and granted conceptual approval at the meeting.
Lincoln Electric, represented by architect Andy Burbules of Structura Architects, shared their plans and renderings for the new Welding Technology and Training Center at the ARB meeting.
The Welding Center will be located in a two-story addition measuring 119,186 square feet to be built onto an existing building on the South side of St. Clair Avenue. The addition will feature a modern glass and metal exterior similar to Lincoln’s main headquarters building located across the street. A light-filled atrium will greet visitors as they enter the new center.
“You’ve done a wonderful job” remarked Board Chair Robert Dorer. “It will be a beautiful building”.