J.M. Wisdom Building
Marble Masonry Restoration, Roofing
General Services Administration
Original Construction: 1904-1907
Designated Historical Structure
Roof: 80,200 square feet on eleven roof areas
Roof: Mission tile, ballasted single ply, shingle and flat lock copper roofing systems.
Exterior Walls: Cut marble stone with terra cotta trim artwork and masonry infill.
Building features mission tile, flat-lock copper and traditional ballasted roofing system. Exterior walls are cut marble stone with terra cotta trim art work and masonry infill.
This federal building underwent a two-year program to restore exterior systems according to historical society requirements; along with General Services Administration funding parameters.
Conley Group’s consulting efforts as GSA’s Regional Consultant developed and implemented a successful restoration program.
- Responsible for the assessment of existing roof system conditions, environmental hazards and historical society requirements to develop a two-year roof and exterior wall renovation program.
- The building was a low sloped, concrete structure with masonry and marble walls.
- Our assessment consisted of comprehensive visual inspection, roof core sample analysis, ACM bulk content testing and moisture sampling of all roof areas.
- Exterior wall systems were inspected for deterioration, damage and structural conditions.
- Construction documents with detailed design drawings and installation specifications were prepared.
- Assist Owner with contractor bidding, negotiation and contract award.
- On-site inspection provided for quality assurance, tenant coordination and project management and control functions.