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Jesse Hall Dome (2nd Restoration)

About the project

Client: University of Missouri
Location: Columbia, MO

Jesse Hall, the main administration building for the university of Missouri-Columbia campus, has a beautiful iconic dome which towers over the campus at 100 feet with a copper orb at the top of the dome. Paint was stripped off the dome to allow for the application of a new shiny epoxy paint finish. New aluminum windows were installed to replace the wood windows that had started to rot, and portions of the slate roof section and wood substrate were replaced. The dome is primarily made of galvanized sheet metal which has corroded in some areas. The damage was to such an extent that replacement was necessary with stainless steel metal and galvanized steel metal for a more intricate design and shape.

Project Specifications

Construction Type: Historic Renovation and Restoration
Delivery Method: General Contractor
Markets Served: Educational
Square Feet: 5000
Completed: 2019

Testimonial

Jesse Hall, the main administration building for the university of Missouri-Columbia campus, has a beautiful iconic dome which towers over the campus at 100 feet with a copper orb at the top of the dome. Paint was stripped up the dome to allow for the application of a new shining epoxy paint finish. New aluminum windows were installed to replace the wood windows that had started to rot and portions of the slate roof section and wood substrate were replaced. The dome is primarily made out of galvanized sheet metal which had corroded in some areas. The damage was to such an extent that replacement was necessary with stainless steel metal and galvanized steel metal for a more intricate design and shape.


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