Often mistaken for marble, the gypsum-based material known as scagliola was widely used in Neo-Classical civic and religious structures, particularly state capitols, courthouses, and cathedrals. EverGreene has extensive experience in conducting scagliola restoration and replication in these environments. Recasting is required in some cases, and turning the ingredients of integrally colored gypsum and silk-thread veining into a faux marble is a highly-refined technique. EverGreene conducts scagliola projects onsite throughout the nation, from the planning stages through implementation.