About the Governor’s Mansion:

The Nevada State Governor’s Mansion is a very elegant, grand, two story Classical Revival building, which spreads out on its generous grounds. The entry way in the front has a glorious, two story pedimented portico. Four, fluted Ionic columns support the balustraded second story porch, that wraps around the mansion’s front facade. Greek Revival motifs were used in the window moldings. Inside on the first floor, one finds the grand entry hall, the reception room, a formal dining room, the governor’s study, luncheon room and the kitchen.


Scope Of Work:

All the exterior needed to be refinished and brought back to a prestine appearance. Lead paint was a known hazard for the all who might be involved with the projects. Luckily we have certified lead abatement specialists on our team that could handle this toxic material. All the gutters, railings, lamps, awnings, block wall, and gates were part of the projects. This was an honor to be able to work on such a historic building.