|Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House
Restoration of the Burton J. Westcott house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, transformed a deteriorating structure into a dazzling house museum. The house, built in 1908, is the only example of Wright’s prairie-style architecture in Ohio. Durable Restoration served as the construction manager for this restoration – taking the building from an altered and dilapidated state and returning it to its former glory.
The Ohio Statehouse, a stunning structure that houses the Ohio General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the best examples of Greek Revival architecture in the country. Our work over the years has included the installation of the bronze State of Ohio seal as well as various miscellaneous repairs on the building.
|Ohio Governor’s Residence
The Ohio Governor’s Residence was designed by Columbus architect Robert Gilmore Hanford and completed in 1925, as the residence for industrialist, Malcolm Jeffrey. Since 1957, it has been the residence for the last nine Ohio governors.
|Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Museum
The Memorial Building at the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site in Hodgenville, Kentucky was designed by architect John Russell Pope and completed in 1911.
|The National Shrine at the Cross in the Woods
Indian River, Michigan
The National Shrine at the Cross in the Woods in Indian River, Michigan was declared a national Catholic shrine in 2006.The highlight of the shrine is the largest crucifix in the world afixed with a seven ton bronze sculpture of Christ created by renowned sculptor, Marshall Fredricks.