Highlighted Projects: Restoration Design
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Restoration Design projects range from single trade repairs such as masonry repointing to full restoration, from the roof to the foundation, and sometimes out into the landscape.
The National Park Service defines restoration as, the act or process of accurately depicting the form, features and character of a property as it appeared at a particular period of time. If a site has been modified over time in a way that diminishes or obscures its historic character, restoration design projects may include historical research to determine a restoration period and appropriate project approach.
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Comprehensive survey, construction documents and construction observation for restoration of a brick and limestone parapet that caps The College of Physicians of Philadelphia building, a National Historic Landmark.
Comprehensive survey, construction documents and construction observation for reconstruction of a pressed steel facade in aluminum.
Johnson House Historic Site
Field survey and construction documents for exterior restoration of the main house and outbuilding.
Narberth Community Building
Field survey, construction documents and construction administration for masonry restoration.