In historic restoration, one determines the building’s period of greatest significance and performs the actions and processes necessary to restore, recover, and/or reveal the architectural design and fabric of that particular period, while protecting its heritage value.
Historic Rehabilitation encompasses those actions and processes that make it possible to adapt a historical building for a compatible, contemporary use, while protecting its heritage value.
With reconstruction, one is rebuilding a non-surviving building, structure, site, or object with all new materials, for the purpose of replicating its appearance at a specific period of time in the history of the entity.
Durable Restoration personnel are experts in the preservation and restoration process, as exemplified by the award winning Frank Lloyd Wright Westcott project. We bring this same expertise, attention to detail and care to every project we do, no matter how modest or how extensive.