Library of Congress

EverGreene has completed restoration work in both the Thomas Jefferson Building (including regilding the exterior flame on top of the dome) and the John Adams Building. The Library of Congress is the oldest federal cultural institution in the United States. During a three-year long, comprehensive renewal of the interior spaces, EverGreene restored the decorative finishes in more than 60 rooms of both the Thomas Jefferson Building and the John Adams Building, which make up two of the four buildings that house the Library of Congress.

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General Contractor
Grunley Construction Company, Inc.
Original Architect
Paul Pelz (with Smithmeyer and Casey)
Office of the Architect of the Capitol
Originally Designed/Built
  • Specialty Finishes Restoration
  • Tromp l’oeil
  • New Finishes Design
  • Straight Painting
  • Gilding
  • Stenciling
  • Polychrome Restoration

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