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Rehab/Restoration Case Studies
Fixin’ up the Ritz
The San Francisco Ritz Carlton Condominiums and Residences undergoes a restoration
This project was extremely intricate, and the craftsmanship involved had to be impeccable. Constant communication had to exist for measuring and construction changes. AFU, Charles Bloszies Architects, Page & Turnbull, and the associate architects for the historic preservation, and Four Star Erectors worked together to create a successful project.
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|Last Updated on Thursday, 14 April 2011 18:54|