Built in 1933, Union Terminal was once used as a large passenger station that supported seven railroads. As the building aged, the steel structural support began to rust. The rusting of the beams created pressure within the building, forcing stones out of the exterior façade.
Our restoration work began with removing the brick backing and the stones to reveal the rusted steel in order for it to be repaired. Once repaired, out work consisted of restoring the damaged brick and matching it to that of the original.