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Projects

Status: Ongoing

Building: U.S. Supreme Court

The first phase of the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building restoration project involves the installation of netting at select locations of the building. Subsequent phases will include the removal of the building's veneer and replacement of damaged stone panels on the building's façade.

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Status: Ongoing

Building: U.S. Supreme Court

The Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building (TMFJB) is undergoing a renovation of the facility's parking garage. The project includes repair of water infiltration problems, replacement of interior finishes, crack repairs, a new traffic surface topping, and upgrades to the lighting and sprinkler systems.

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Status: Completed

Building: U.S. Supreme Court

This restoration project entailed cleaning, repairing and restoring the Vermont marble of the cheek walls on either side of west steps, and the North, South and East Façades of the Supreme Court Building. The stone was cleaned to remove general soil, black gypsum crusts, biological deposits, and copper stains. The mortar and sealants in the joints of the marble were replaced and the non-functional bird deterrent system was replaced.

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U.S. Supreme Court Building

Status: Completed

Building: U.S. Supreme Court

Update: November 4, 2013 — This project has been completed.

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