We are proud of all our work and involvement in preserving and restoring historic properties.
Pima County Courthouse
Exterior restoration/preservation of the 1929 Historic Pima County Courthouse. The scope of work included asbestos and lead paint abatement, re-roofing the entire 30,000-square-foot structure, structural improvements to the concrete and wood, historic dome tile replication, installation work on 34 historic wood doors, cast stone repairs, plaster repair, and painting of entire exterior.
Santa Fe Historic Trail
1934–1940 CCC Constructed Adobe Administrative Complex, ±23,000 square feet. Scope of work included removal of the entire existing stucco system, repair of underlying adobe walls, removal of roofing, new seismic attachments (walls of roof structure), replacement of decomposed lintels and window trim, replacement of decomposed Viga ends, new smooth, colored stucco system applied to the entire building, and installment of new roofing system to the entire building.
Local Tucsonian muralist and artist Joe Pagac recreates the historic ceiling tiles for the remodel of the historic ballroom renovation portion of the Sinfonia project.
Complete renovation of the 1929 historic ballroom at Pioneer Plaza in downtown Tucson.
Jelks Stud Farm
This project was a restoration and preservation of historic stables owned by Pima County. The restoration included new windows, doors, adobe repair, painting, and plastering repair work. The stables were converted to a museum area.