Location: Baltimore, MD

Built between 1867 and 1875, Baltimore City Hall is the first structure in Baltimore designated as a city landmark and rightly so:  it impressively covers an entire city block and was inspired by the French Second Empire architecture, indicated by its twin wings and dome.  The dome was designed by Wendell Bollman and made by the same firm that created the United States’ Capital dome.

For this project, The Durable Slate Company was invited to perform gutter repair around the perimeter of the building.

More than a roof. It's a Legacy.