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Year Completed: 2014
Scope of Work: Raynor was tasked with restoring this 108 year old historical courthouse into a modern hotel. Templates of the original molding were created to make custom screeds. Asbestos was removed from the original flooring, creating an uneven surface. Raynor used USG Levelrock to float the floors back to plain. We also restored the entirety of the interior perimeter of the building’s plaster. Due to the irregular surfaces, Raynor had to create a hybrid Gypsum Plaster System to properly adhere to the existing surfaces. From there we framed the interior partitions and ceilings for the hotel units from the 5th floor down to the 1st floor. New, intricate light cove drywall soffits were installed on the first floor corridors, as well as the specialty Timely door frames, acoustical ceilings, and FRP panels throughout.