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Westin Eastland Hotel, Portland, Maine

The historic Grand Ballroom of the Westin Portland Harborview Hotel, located in the heart of Portland's Arts District, dates back to 1927 when it was known as the Eastland Park. At the time it was the largest hotel in New England and quickly became a city landmark. Over the years, the ballroom hosted society weddings, cultural events, and notable politicians. In 2011 New Castle Hotel & Resorts purchased the historic Eastland. In 2015 the new owners contracted with us for restoration of the ballroom entrance. The doorway's ornate plasterwork and columns had suffered significantly from time and fire damage.

Click here to view our Slide Shows of this project: Column Restoration, Moulding Restoration,and Restoration Nearly Completed.



Remick Museum, Tamworth, New Hampshire

The Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm pays tribute to country doctors Edwin Remick and son Edwin Crafts Remick. The museum has been recognized as a 2013 "Editors' Choice" winner in Yankee Magazine. The slideshow documents repairs to cracked and failing wall and ceiling plaster within this 1800's house.

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Customs House, Portland, Maine

The Customs House in downtown Portland was a federal (GSA) restoration project, encompassing flat work and decorative ornamental repairs. The plaster was brought back to the original look and integrity, using many of the old type of materials and methods. Only decayed and missing flat plaster and ornamental elements were completely replicated and replaced.

Click here to view our Slide Shows of this project: Main Gallery, Hall, Offices, Cat Walk.



Old Baptist Meeting House (1796), Yarmouth, Maine

The "Old Meeting House on the Hill" is a unique part of Yarmouth's heritage. Since its origin more than 200 years ago, it has undergone many changes and been used for many community purposes. During 2000-2001, the Village Improvement Society and the Town embarked on an extensive restoration to the structure and its interior.

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Ornamental Plaster Restoration, Portland, Maine

After a fire, much of the ornamental plaster in this home was badly damaged and needed to be recreated as well as restored. This restoration included flatwork plaster, as well as the creation of knives and molds to cast the decorative work and restore it to its Victorian grandeur.

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Peterborough Unitarian Church (1820), Peterborough, New Hampshire

Old age and water damage took its toll on the very yox-yarmouth-meeting Sanctuary of this landmark. Because budgets are always challenging, a modern plaster system was utilized for the flatwork expanse of the ceiling so that the more ornamental areas could be included in the restoration budget.

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Parson Smith House (1747) Windham, Maine

The Parson Smith House is a significant landmark here in Southern Maine. We completed the plaster preservation as part of the full restoration in 1993.

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Chapel of Souls (1800), Poland Springs, Maine

The Chapel of Souls is part of the historic Poland Springs Inn and Resort in Maine. Once a popular summer hotel frequented by wealthy and famous travelers at the turn of the 20th century, its campus is now an important landmark in Western Maine.

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