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dade county courthouse

The Dade County Courthouse of Miami is an ongoing historic restoration and renovation project.  The project involves exterior terra cotta deterioration testing, restoration, and complete interior retrofit and renovation of the 262,000 sf 28-story Miami Landmark. Continue Here


Dade county courthouse - LoBBY restoration Historic Lobby Restoration Award from Dade Heritage Trust,2000 AIA Award for Historic Preservation

It has been said that a County Courthouse holds the heart and soul of the community it serves. All of life’s milestones, every birth, every marriage, every passing, are recorded here; and the Dade County Courthouse, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, very much exemplifies this perspective. Continue Here


dcch 6-1

Dade county courthouse - historic courtroom 6-1 restoration 2009 Restoration / Rehabilitation Award by Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, 2009 Preservation Award for an Outstanding Restoration Project by Dade Heritage Trust, 2008 AIA Award of Merit Winner

A backdrop for many historical trials and individuals, including notorious mob boss Al Capone; would be assassin Giuseppe Zangara convicted  for attempting to kill Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 and the landmark Tobacco trial of the 1990’s;  Courtroom 6-1 in Dade County Courthouse has been carefully restored to its 1928 splendor.   Continue Here


Village of Palmetto Bay Thalatta Park

Village of Palmetto Bay-Thalatta Park Carriage House Renovations

Thalatta Park is a four acres site that houses two vintage houses, dating back to 1926. Located along Biscayne Bay, the Village of Palmetto Bay strives to renovate the park facilities to .. Continue Here


City of Miami Fire Station #2

City of Miami Restoration and Remodeling of Historic Fire Station #2

Fire Station #2 has recently been designated a historic site by the City of Miami due to its architectural significance relating to Miami's urban expansion in the 1920s. Continue Here


vizcaya

vizcaya museum & garden glass canopy courtyard enclosure

Vizcaya was built as a private winter residence in 1912; it now functions as a year-round accredited museum, with collections that are as integral to the estate as its architecture and gardens (by singh). ..Continue Here


Opa Locka City Hall Restoration

Built in 1926 as a sales center for Glenn Curtis' development designed around a Moorish theme and now part of the City of Opa Locka Municipal center. The historic restoration will rehabilitate the building into a new cultural arts center and multipurpose municpal facility.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
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