This project consisted of the façade replacement to the Norfolk Federal Building. The original building was clad in an orange/red brick that had deteriorated so poorly that portions of the façade were falling from the building onto the streets and sidewalks below. We removed all of the building’s exterior walls and window systems and installed new precast panels, structural framing, and new windows, all while the building remained occupied. The project is located directly across the street from the Royster Building, another successful façade restoration project. The total value of this project was $5.4 million.