The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)

For decades, Graciano Corporation has played an active role in supporting the creative re-use of industrial buildings. At the Cork Factory, a 105-year-old Pittsburgh landmark that was abandoned for more than 30 years, the firm has been responsible cleaning all of the two-building facility’s exterior brick masonry, stone and terra cotta surfaces. Specifically, Graciano is removing extensive accumulations of graffiti, spot-pointing masonry joints, removing and replacing damaged brick, patching or replacing stone architectural features, and repairing damaged terra cotta trim. In addition, the firm is installing a number of new interior masonry structures. Work at the Cork Factory is scheduled for summer of 2006.

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The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)
The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)
The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)
The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)
The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)
The Cork Factory (Phase II — Interior)

Project Details

  • Anticipated Completion: Summer 2006

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