Danes Hall Renovation – Waupaca, WI

On the corner of Main and Granite Street in Waupaca, WI (Population 6,069), stands Danes Hall. Built in 1894, Danes Hall represents the heritage of the Danish immigrants who were the backbone of Waupaca’s origins. Commissioned by the Danes Home Society, Danes Hall was the city’s primary meeting hall…

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Repair and Reproduction of Metal Canopies and Marquees

With the Industrial Revolution, decorative metal canopies became a distinctive and popular form of a covered entrance for hotels, theaters, and large apartment, office, retail, and institutional buildings. They even appeared on upscale residences…

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Replacement of Metal Exterior Siding

The Hexagon is a unique house designed and constructed in 1892 by inventor Ephraim Shay as his home in Harbor Springs, Michigan. Shay’s principal invention, the Shay locomotive, ran on wooden rail…

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Heaton Building Exterior Restoration

The Heaton Building is a unique 1906 downtown center-block, party-wall building. The pressed metal cornice and ornamentation on the building were restored or replaced where necessary with new elements made using the original dies from WF Norman…

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Restoring Metal Roof Cornices

32 East 64th Street is a prominent cooperative apartment building at the corner of Madison Avenue and Sixtyfourth Street in New York City’s Upper East Side Historic District. Known as “The Verona” when constructed in 1907, the building was designed in the “Neo-Venetian Renaissance” style…

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