Project Description

Case Western Reserve University – Clark Hall

Mid State Restoration worked in conjunction with The Krill Company to repair a failing and unstable original brick veneer that was separating from the masonry backup on this circa 1890s building to give it a complete facelift. The brick façade was removed in its entirety as well as the 12-inch thick original sandstone window headers. We cleaned and cataloged every stone and salvaged nearly a third of the original brick. Through thorough and detailed photography of the building envelope prior to beginning renovations, we were able to replace every brick and stone joint exactly as it was originally constructed nearly 130 years ago. In total, almost 70,000 bricks were removed and relayed during this two-year project.

Project Details


Case Western Reserve University


Façade Restoration

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