Tuskegee University Restoration

This project exemplifies what our company is capable of doing. It required a schematic shoring scheme for the multi-wythe brick masonry shell to be held in place during demolition of the building. The roof and multiple floors were removed to enable new construction within the empty shell.

This project not only entailed normal restoration scopes but also elements of structural support, ornate metal fabrication of cornice configurations, and complete restoring of all damaged masonry and concrete to historical aesthetics.

This project is to receive the National Building Award.