Building and Court House|
Providence, Rhode Island
Edward Rowse Architects, Inc.
Feingold Alexander &
This grand Providence
landmark was authentically restored to recreate by-gone splendor. The scope of
the work included miscellaneous demolition, all new electrical and HVAC, major
structural repair, interior restoration and cleaning of all limestone, marble,
and terrazzo. Through experimentaion and trial with stones, dyes, and pigments,
interior terrazzo, limestone, and marble were created to replicate one-hundred-year-old
In all the courtrooms, paneling and molding was stripped to bare wood, bronze
rails were replicated to match existing rails, mahogany courtroom tables were
hand-carved, and modern communications technology was installed. |
In all the corridors throughout the building, the existing terrazzo, limestone,
and marble floors were cleaned and replicated to match existing materials.