Archive for June, 2018

Plastering and Lathe Contractor – Collinsville, IL

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

We were selected as the plastering, steel studs, lathe, and acoustical ceilings contractor on the project by general contractor Morrissey Construction on the Madison County House Authority building. The existing wood structure is being remodeled and we’re repairing all the existing sand finish textured plaster on the walls and ceilings along with all the new walls and ceilings. After the plaster and plasterboard repair is complete, the existing repaired walls will look just like new.

Terracotta Baguette Installation Near Complete – St. Louis, MO

Friday, June 15th, 2018

We were selected by Clayco and Washington Univeristy as the terracotta baguette installer on the new parking garage at 560 Trinity Avenue St. Louis, MO near Coca Center of Creative Arts.

The baguettes, manufactured by NBK, transformed the rough looking all concrete garage into a modern looking structure that blends in beautifully with the surrounding area. We’re extremely grateful to Clayco and Washington University for selecting us to be the baguette installer on this very unique and extremely fast paced project. (More pictures to follow upon final completion)

Terracotta Installation Nears Completion

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

We’re near 100% complete on the Ladue Horton Watkins School addition project working with SM Wilson as the terracotta contractor.

Now that the terracotta (manufactured by NBK) and all adjacent material is installed, the finished exterior building facade looks even better then we all could have imagined.

We’re very grateful to have been selected by SM Wilson and the school district on another project. Especially one as unique as this one.

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EIFS (Dryvit) Hail Damage Repair – St. Charles, MO

Friday, June 8th, 2018

First Baptist Church Harvester in St. Charles, MO was hit very hard by a large hail storm. Much of the EIFS on the building was damaged from the hail as well as the roof, metal siding, trims, and windows. We were asked to consult as the plastering contractor on the project with the EIFS repairs and have began with resurfacing damaged areas and patching EIFS at other areas depending on the extent of the damage. After resurfacing, the walls look brand new and are water tight.