Patriot Restoration Selected for Coddington Hall Team

| December 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Quincy, MA – Patriot Restoration was selected as the masonry contractor to assist Wessling Architects and Nauset Construction with the renovation of the historic Coddington Hall in Quincy. Coddington Hall was designed by renowned Boston architect Charles Brigham and constructed in 1909. The building was originally used as a grammar school, more recently as a part of Quincy College, and will now serve as the Quincy School administration building. Patriot Restoration’s scope of work involved restoring the exterior of the building to its original appearance and correcting deterioration from more than a century of exposure to the elements.

The scope of masonry restoration included repairs to masonry jack arches, replacement of damaged brick and granite trim, tuckpointing of brick joints, and repairs to the granite chimney caps and granite rubble foundation. Once the repairs were completed, the entire façade was cleaned to remove more than 100 years’ worth of environmental staining while preserving the historic patina of the façade. A masonry sealer was applied to the façade to maintain the building into the future.

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