The project included a façade condition survey and interim repairs to the sandstone masonry which is experiencing deterioration due to age, salt deicing of the porches and previous pointing with Portland Cement mortar. The implemented portion of the recommended repair solution, which was of limited scope due to budget constraints, included partial cleaning of algae and mold, crack repairs and stone replacements. The building was constructed in 1858. The building is listed on the National and State Registers.
CLIENT: American Institute of Architects Wisconsin
LOCATION: Madison, Wisconsin
STATUS: Completed 2011
INVOLVEMENT: Principal / Project Manager
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