Here is a Profile of Construction Projects we have worked on using our Lime Products which we are very proud of.
Eisenhower Executive Office Building (Washinington, DC. 1888) - Did a Limecrete (Blend of lime and concrete) on sub-floor repairs to modulate moisture in the building under relaid historic parquetry floors.
James Brice House (Annapolis, Md. 1760) - Significant masonry repairs were done and repointing throughout project, as well as lime plastering and limewashing of the interior of both wings.
Sidney Yates/Auditors Building (Washington, DC. 1878) - Major structural repairs to tower,
building corners and projecting bands after long period of neglect, followed by significant repointing to 14th St. elevation.
Rising Sun Inn (Millersville, Md. 1753) Major foundation repairs, chimneys, and plaster repair.
Hammond Harwood House (Annapolis, Md. 1774) - This was a major rebuilding and repairs done to south west rear on the wing of this historic building.
St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Complex (Washington, DC. 1855) - Reconstruction of collapsed sections and repointing of significant portions of the perimeter wall around the former sanatorium, now home to the new headquarters of Homeland Security.
Menokin (Warsaw, Va. 1769) - Deep grouting and structural stabilization to vaults, foundation walls and chimneys.
Hancock’s Resolution Complex (Pasadena, Md. 1825) - Plaster repairs to main structure and limewashing of main structure and outbuildings.
Patrick Creagh House (Annapolis, Md. 1735) - Masonry repairs and limewashing patination (removing of Patina) on exterior of building.
Old Treasury Building (Annapolis, Md. 1735) - Masonry repairs and repointing.
Ridout Row (Annapolis, Md. 1774) - Jack arch realignments and other masonry stabilization to rear elevation.
Falling Green (Olney, Md. 1770s) Chimney reconstruction, major foundation repairs, and repointing.
Darnall’s Chance Burial Vault (Upper Marlboro, Md. before 1788) Reconstruction of the vaulted brick ceiling of the crypt.
Battersea (Petersburg, Va. 1768) - Matching historic stucco for repairs.
Rappahannock Christian Church (Dunnsville, Va, 1861) - Repointing
Wyck House (Philadelphia, Pa. 1736; 1824) - Limited stucco repairs
National Building Museum (Washington, DC. 1887) - Repointing with matching red mortar
Winder Building (Washington, DC. 1848) - Stucco repair and limewashing
Josephus Hall House (Salisbury, NC 1720s) - Stabilization of bowing chimneys