maryland state house with scaffold rising up the anterior dome

Maryland State House, Annapolis, MD

Summary:
The Maryland State House is the oldest U.S. state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating back to 1772.  Between 1783-1784, the building served as the capitol building of the United States Congress of Confederation and is where Ratification Day (the formal end of the American Revolutionary War, occurred.  For this project, The Durable Slate Company […]
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The Maryland State House is the oldest U.S. state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating back to 1772.  Between 1783-1784, the building served as the capitol building of the United States Congress of Confederation and is where Ratification Day (the formal end of the American Revolutionary War, occurred. 

For this project, The Durable Slate Company will be installing North Country black slate and copper flashings on 4 different levels of the tower, the levels include the lower sweep, dome, upper sweep, and upper lantern dome.  In addition to this, new cypress shingles on the upper drum and lower lantern, new metal roofs at the balcony and at the plinth, and new metal architrave flashings at the windows and the balustrade railings will be installed.

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