We installed over a dozen steel beams and plates, along with over 1,600 engineered fasteners to strengthen the wall that supports the largest pipe organ in the state of Ohio.
Durable Restoration performed emergency repairs to the concrete base that surrounds the Matilda Stanley monument and restored the monument's concrete walkway.
Our historic masons removed the displaced brick and mortar that was over the center arch and replaced it with salvaged brick and applied matching mortar within the mortar joints.
Our crews completed structural stabilization of the arch and wood replacement to the water-damaged area, connected to one of the concrete columns.
Durable Restoration's masons rebuilt decorative elements of this 1890s courthouse.
Our most recent project involved restoration work to the rotunda, including the box gutter at the perimeter and structural stabilization of the masonry.
Our crews corrected structural problems and physical alterations to the original construction in order to restore the home to its original period style.
The hotel was completely remodeled in 1888. Historic records show that every Ohio Governor from Worthington to McKinley stayed at the Hotel Sowles.
With the help of state grants and city funding, we were able to perform a multitude of renovations including installing a new roof, restoring the wood windows and trim, and installing a new chandelier.
Our scope of work for this project included structural stabilization, custom wood work, and masonry restoration of the walls and chimneys.