gothic stone logo

 

Home
Studio
American Red Cross
St Brendan's Church
Knights of Columbus
St John's Church
Center Church
 Astor Court
Bronx Zoo
Governors Island
School fortheDeaf
 PS-IS 49
Mineola Courthouse
Simsbury Town Hall
Rice University
The Dakota
CIGNA
Watch Hill

 Yale University
Trumbull Room
School of Business
Scroll and Key
Osborn Labs
School of Forestry
Sterling Library

Plaster Cieling
 Stone Carving
Terracotta
Retaining Walls
Floors
Molding
Articles
Clients
About Us

© 2017
Gothic Stone Restoration
 

 

Fabrication and Restoration of
Red Cross Building
Washington, DC
 
We repair any building stone by patching or by introducing elements carved from the stone, called "dutchmen", into the damaged area and setting with epoxy.

45 trailer loads of stone were removed from the façade of the Red Cross Building in Washington, DC, not because of any defects in the 50 year old material, but to accommodate a building addition. While off the building, the stone was refitted for new anchorage (note kerfs in the end of the stone) and equipped with laminated "liner" posts, intended to support some very wide units including a 30 inch thick, 20 ton lintel stone across the front of the building.

Damage

Restoration

Gothic Stone Restoration
12 Main St.
New Haven, Ct. 06513
Email  Robert Young    (203) 619-3314  

Custom Building and Restoration Specialists