Citrus Packing House
(Anaheim, CA)

The Anaheim Citrus Packing House is one of the few remaining buildings from the agricultural Packing House era. Built in 1919, the packing house was used to wash, grade, and pack citrus prior to being transported across the Country. In 2011, Spectra Company was contracted to restore the building and bring it back to its original condition. Upon completion, the Citrus Packing House will house a new restaurant to serve Orange County residents.


Historic Window and Door Restoration
Wood Truss Repair Strengthening
Exterior Cement Plaster Restoration
Historic Wood Floor Repair
Painting and Coating
Concrete Repair

Design Team

Owner: City of Anaheim
Historic Architect: Thirtieth Street Architects, Inc.
Structural Engineer: Structural Focus
General Contractor:Tovey/Shultz Construction, Inc.

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