In a recent Washington, D.C. project in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, our task was to restore the north and south lobbies and connecting hall of this Classical Revival building constructed in 1927 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Although the floors were in the terrible condition, we welcomed the opportunity  to restore and revitalize these floors of this historic building.

A variety of stone types were used for the three-part 5000 square foot installation.The installation had Pink Tennessee marble on the north lobby, the Turkish Travertine with Absolute Black marble inlays in the south lobby, and Cream of Marfil marble restored in the long connecting hallway. A four-step process brought the entire project to a highly polished finish eliminating all scratches and imperfections.

Restoring the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ main lobbies and hallways was very rewarding, we were able to bring the over-worn areas back to a high polish while keeping the integrity of the space. The management was so impressed and they called us back for two more restorations in the same building.

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