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U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Exterior Restoration, Washington, DC

MGAC provided project management services for the restoration of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s historic headquarters in Washington, DC.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the world’s largest business organization has used the 97-year-old Beaux Arts building to host presidents, international dignitaries, and leaders from across the world. The landmark building, which resides just one block away from the White House, has a rich history.

As one of the first major rehabilitations of this landmark building, the scope of work consists of a full restoration of the facade and building envelope while keeping historic preservation at the forefront. Work included structural repairs, stone masonry repairs including reconstruction of the entire limestone balustrade, new PVC and copper roofs, hazardous material abatement, restoration of 200 historic windows, 67 new storm windows, updated lighting, new landscaping, historic plaster ceiling stabilization and revitalization, and the addition of an accessible entry.

Despite challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic and other unprecedented events, the project was completed on schedule and on budget without sacrificing quality.

MGAC is honored to be playing a part in helping to ensure it continues to support the mission of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for years to come.

Credit: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Credit: U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Project:

U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Exterior Restoration

Location:

Washington, DC

Size:

200 Historic Windows
67 New Storm Windows

Services:

Project Management




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