Decorative Plaster Restoration for Subway Terminal Building

Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, 
California, USA

Seismic upgrades to the building structure required the intrusive removal of large areas of original decorative coffered ceiling and mandated the use of silicon rubber mould technology to manufacture new matching replacement units. This decorative plaster restoration and reproduction project involved replacing much of the original ceiling. Terra cotta capitals and columns were also involved in the rehabilitation of this space. 

The Subway Terminal Building is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and is in the U.S National Register of Historic Places. Wikipedia Reference: