Union Station Restoration
  • Union Station Redevelopment Corporation
  • Washington, D.C.
  • general Construction

Union Station Restoration

Project description
  • Client Union Station Redevelopment Corporation
  • Services Provided general Construction
  • Location Washington, D.C.
The massive historical restoration of the monumental, and ceremonial gateway to the Nation’s capital was centered around restoring the gutted 625-foot long by 200-foot wide, 110-foot tall Beau-Arts style building to its original 1907 condition. Restoration of 165,000-square-feet of designated historical area included ornamental plaster repair and replacement, gold leaf painting, stenciling, mural restoration, marble floor replacement and granite repair and cleaning. An additional 320,000-square-feet of non-historical renovation and 125,000-square-feet of new construction for retail, office and a Metro commuter station were also performed. The restored station currently houses more than 100 businesses, including Amtrak’s executive offices, stores, restaurants, cafes, offices, cinemas, and an open market area. Learn more about our Commercial Solutions and other commercial projects.
Union Station
1988
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Union Station interior view

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Chris C. Barbe, Senior Vice President &, General Manager, Global Sales & Project Development