Providence Museum of Natural History at Roger Williams Park
Exterior envelope renovations at the Providence Museum of Natural History included window repairs, masonry work, and painting. The intricate deconstruction, stabilization and reassembly of a terracotta dormer required a detailed and systematic process of meticulous documentation and preservation. Interior work included repair to water-damaged plaster, windows, and architectural millwork. All work sequences were coordinated with museum personnel to ensure the safety of all employees, visiting public, and museum assets.