Failed stucco was restored back to sound stucco and damaged clay bricks were removed and replaced with salvaged replacements. New downspouts were installed to direct water past the outer wall.
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 restored both the bell tower and the steeple on this historic church.
Durable Restoration used granite stones to repair to match the same pattern that was used in 1851 to construct the exterior walls of the seminary building.
Durable Restoration performed emergency repairs to the concrete base that surrounds the Matilda Stanley monument and restored the monument's concrete walkway.
The scope of work for St. John's Episcopal Church included restoring the church's front steps that cracked due to corrosion caused by the metal railings.
We repaired the original steel structure at the base, approximately 30 bullet holes, and the separated copper seams. The sandstone base was cleaned, pointed, and repaired as needed.
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.
Our most recent project involved restoration work to the rotunda, including the box gutter at the perimeter and structural stabilization of the masonry.
Our scope of work for this project included building a wrap-around porch, installing box gutters, downspouts, and new metal wall flashing.