Reindahl Park Barn Preservation

Last Updated: 05/08/2020

In 2020 City of Madison Parks Division will be undertaking a series of projects to preserve the barn structure at Reindahl Park.

This project is now complete.  The restoration efforts were aimed at preserving the structure in it's current state.  The barn was showing deficiencies in the internal and external concrete masonry and roof.  These deficiencies were contributing to the degradation of the structure.  It is the intent of Parks to preserve this structure in it's current state and these repairs were required to achieve that goal. 

in 2016 the City hired Structural Engineering consultant Strand and Associates Inc to conduct a structural analysis of the barn and recommend maintenance and repairs.   Strand recommended a series of repairs and those recommendations are being implemented with the current projects.

The work will consisted of the following:

  •  Removal and replacement of the first floor concrete slab
  • Removal and replacement of the 1st floor elevated concrete floor
  • Replacement of the asphalt shingle roof

Residents may notice fresh seed and matting around the barn.  This is to restore damaged turf during construction. 

If there are any questions or comments on the work please contact Corey Stelljes at

Barn Building