St. Paul’s Cathedral

St. Paul’s Cathedral has gone through several traumas in its lifetime, one of the most notable being the Murrah building bombing in 1995. The explosion caused extensive damage to the façade, blasted out several windows, and lodged shrapnel into the exterior of the building. We completed a historic renovation to the Cathedral to restore the exterior. This extensive process included limestone and masonry repair, tuck pointing, a roof renovation, as well as correcting water infiltration issues on several areas of the building.

This project was highlighted in the February 2015 issue of Design and Durability Magazine.


Historical Restoration, Construction Documents, Construction Administration


April 2014