Complete repointing using Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime (NHL) based mortar EcoMortar G-B.
Gravemarker Preservation at Kalaupapa National Historic Park
This extensive preservation work on these historical graves has been executed using exclusively Saint Astier® Natural Hydralic Lime mortar and plaster as well as lime paint.
To learn more, please visit: http://pacificislandparks.com/2013/04/11/gravemarker-preservation-at-kalaupapa-national-historical-park/
The Rotunda, University of Virginia
The University of Virginia is the only university with a “World Heritage” designation. The Rotunda was designed by Thomas Jefferson as the architectural and academic heart of his community of scholars. It is currently undergoing the largest restoration campaign it had placed upon decades, using Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime mortars for repointing and plastering, Lithomex for stone repairs and lime paint.
Click on here to watch a video on the restoration of the Rotunda.
Casa Juan de Anza, San Juan Bautista, California
The Casa Juan de Anza, a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1799. The adobe walls were covered with lime plaster and lime wash, and are being restored to their prime appearance using Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Limes.
Photo Credit: Casa Juan de Anza Adobe Courtesy of Zee Geezer, Flickr’s Creative Commons & J G Plastering, Inc.
Officers’ Club, Presidio of San Francisco
The Officers’ Club is one of San Francisco’s oldest buildings and was part of the original Spanish Presidio constructed in the late eighteenth century. It is undergoing a comprehensive historic rehabilitation that will return the beloved icon to its former grandeur. Saint Astier® Natural Hydraulic Lime mortars are used for stone setting as well as plastering on the original adobe walls. More information and videos on http://www.presidio.gov/about/Pages/officers-club-rehabilitation.aspx
Estate Belvedere, Caribbean, St. Croix
The center piece of Estate Belvedere, the Sugar Mill, dating back to 1763, was a place where the sugar cane was refined into precious sugar and molasses. After several years of careful and loving restoration, using Saint Astier® NHL mortars, and under the direction of architect William Taylor, it is now part of the luxurious Estate Belvedere.
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