Location: Washington, DC
Size: 60,000 Square Feet
Client: U.S. General Services Administration
Completed: 2014
Type: Historic Preservation

The National Building Museum is one of Washington’s most prestigious historic buildings built between 1882 and 1887. The museum is within a magnificent structure which includes a Great Hall with 75-foot-tall Corinthian columns surrounded by exhibit and office space.

MTFA’s work includes:

– Stabilization of the historic Corinthian columns

– Complete renovation of the roof and upper façade / restoration of the historic chimneys

– Office space renovation to serve the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation