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April 7, 2021
Hope Connections for Cancer Support

We will be undertaking slate roof repair, stone façade repair, and exterior carpentry repair, doing our part to transform historic Grosvenor Mansion into Hope Connections.

January 16, 2021
William Henry Harrison's Grouseland

We are restoring elements of the roof, the exterior envelope and front porch, windows and doors, as well as the first floor's Council Chambers and dining room.

October 17, 2020
Annaburg Manor

Annaburg Manor’s distinctive colors and ornate details will be a crowning achievement for DRC and a beautiful new social center for the city of Manassas, Virginia.

October 17, 2020
Steeple Square

Over the course of this project, our crews installed more than 15,000 pounds of copper as well as various copper elements to the steeple.

October 17, 2020
Cincinnati Union Terminal

The steel structural support of Union Terminal began to rust, pushing the bricks out of the structure. Durable Restoration restoring the damaged brick to replicate the original façade.

October 10, 2020
Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle

For this project, we performed extensive restoration work on the slate roof as well as the exterior masonry.

October 10, 2020
Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Church

Due to a fire, the spire of this church was left in poor condition and was in need of restoration. Our crews were able to restore the spire while maintaining historical accuracy.

October 10, 2020
Florida State Capital Building

This is an in progress project to replace the dome copper roof, cupola with finial and some structural work.

October 10, 2020
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Museum

Our work on the project, contracted through general contractor, Lightsey Restorations, included masonry restoration, plaster restoration, metal fabrication, complete window and door restoration, glazing, and interior painting.

October 10, 2020
Ohio Governor's Residence

The Ohio Governor’s Residence was designed by Columbus architect Robert Gilmore Hanford and completed in 1925, as the residence for industrialist, Malcolm Jeffrey. Since 1957, it has been the residence for the last nine Ohio governors.