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Category: Historic Skylights

October 10, 2020
Maryland Historic Trust

Our scope of work included repairing the building's skylight, installing mirror-coated glass panels, and replicating upper vent caps and seam caps over glass rails in copper.

October 10, 2020
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts

Our scope of work included repairing the building's skylights with new copper, and replacing some of the glass panels.

October 10, 2020
First United Methodist Church

Our scope of work for this project included rebuilding the structure of the cupola, replacing the large skylights, and installing a custom gutter system.

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.

September 7, 2020
The Columbus Foundation

Formerly home to ten Ohio governors, this classic structure is on the National Registry of historic buildings. The historic mansion was built for Charles Lindberg who lived in the home for fourteen years before the State of Ohio purchased the property in 1919.