Historic Preservation

Buildings are designed and built with longevity in mind. Architects and engineers specify tough, time tested materials, such as concrete, masonry, and metal when designing buildings. Although these materials are extremely strong and durable, nothing lasts forever. If not properly protected and maintained, they will eventually deteriorate and fail from exposure to the elements. Protecting these materials and properly repairing them when damage occurs, is critical to preserve the functionality and extend the longevity of buildings.

Our capabilities include historic restoration and waterproofing of architectural landmarks built with concrete, masonry, stone, and metal and their exterior and interior decorative features. We apply our wealth of knowledge to the protection and preservation of important structures.

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The London Pool Deck, Los Angeles, 1922
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Warner Brothers, Los Angeles, 1923
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The London, West Hollywood, 1922

• Concrete and Masonry Restoration

• Architectural Features and Decoration

• Expansion Joint Systems

• Protection against the Elements

• New to Old Bonding

• Mitigate Salt Penetration

• Cure Efflorescence

• Repair Scaling caused by Freeze/Thaw

• Alkali and Rust Inhibitors

• Protection against Mold and Mildew

• Encapsulation of Ornaments

• Decorative Painting and Plaster

• Maintenance of Sculptures/Fountains

• Anti Graffiti Coatings

• Chandeliers and Lighting

• Roof Restoration Systems

• Bridge Restoration

• Seismic Activity and Settling Repair

• Finish Carpentry and Ornamental

• Wood, Metal and Stone Doors and

• Preservation of Landmarks and