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Los Angeles’ iconic Greek Theatre, a 5,900-seat outdoor music venue built 90 years ago, was recently rehabilitated and restored by the architects and historic preservation experts at Page & Turnbull.
Invisible waterproofing membrane performs heroically on Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal fountain.
Restoration experts with Western Specialty Contractors used a stippling method to match the bell tower's original terra cotta appearance.
After three years on the market, the iconic former Longaberger headquarters building in Newark, OH has landed a buyer.
Extensive $95 million restoration and renovation revitalizes grandeur of former movie palace.
Whoever said some things only get better with age probably was not a facility manager.
At $9.5 million, rehab of the university’s first research building for the college of architecture exemplifies innovation and preserves the legacy of Bauhaus-influenced functionalism.
To honor the church’s historic district status and vibrant past, a church building committee was established to turn back the clock on its exterior.
Earlier this week, scientists in Scotland came to the realization that a discovery from 1990 was actually quite significant: a 500 year old undisturbed drain was a goldmine for archaeologists from Glasgow University.