City Hall Before
This picture is of the framing before we started drywall installation. The arch above the door was an extra that we included in our scope of work to mimic the existing window arches that were no longer visible due to the reduced ceiling height over the years. The mayor asked us if there was any way to preserve the architectural details of the arches around the windows, but unfortunately the ceiling height had already been planned. Instead, we did a small arch around the 115 year old vault door.
City Hall After
This is the arch that we framed and drywalled in Pembroke at their City Hall. The mayor was pleasantly surprised to see that we kept the vault door from the original Post Ofiice and accented it with an arch that fits in with the style of the building
In 2012, we completed a four month project inside Pembroke City Hall. This original vault door was supposed to be removed but was preserved due to the fact that it was part of the Heritage Building. The building was constructed in 1889, and received many renovations over the past 125 years. Our scope of work included framing, drywall installation and finishing, suspended ceiling installation, window jamb extension and window casing installation, sub-floor installation and door installation.