The restoration of the historic Curci House in Hallandale Beach, Florida was completed with the design/build project delivery method by the Durable Restoration Company working in coordination with Heritage Architectural Associates. This fifteen room Italian Renaissance mansion was built in 1925 for Frank Curci, a local entrepreneur. The house was owned by the Curci’s until the 1960’s, when the house was sold and subsequently fell into disrepair.
The Hallandale Beach City Commission designated the Curci House a Historic Site, and selected the Durable Restoration Company to perform the complete restoration to bring the house back to its former grandeur.
Our design/build services for this project included historic research, full architectural and engineering design, liaison with the State of Florida Historic Preservation Offices, followed by selective demolition, exterior masonry and concrete restoration, structural stabilization, roofing, window and door replacement, exterior painting, and interior rehabilitation including but not limited to plaster, wood restoration, mosaic restorations, painting, mechanical, electrical and life safety services. The completed restoration garnered awards from the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation for Outstanding Achievement in Adaptive Use and the Stuart Mclver Historian’s Award from Broward County.