Washington Capitol Conservator

Washington Capitol Conservator

Conservation & Planning | Olympia, WA | In-Progress

The Washington State Capitol Campus is comprised of a number of buildings and facilities that support the State of Washington’s executive, legislative and judicial activities, and related agencies. ARG is providing guidance for conservation treatment of capitol campus historic assets and working to ensure that the history and long-term value of these assets are safeguarded through proper documentation, treatment, and ongoing maintenance.

Select completed projects include: GA Building Mural Relocation Recommendations; Conditions Assessments; Waterproofing Recommendations; Legislative Building Skylight Feasibility Study; Historic Structures Reports for the Governor’s Mansion, Temple of Justice, Powerhouse, Carlyon and Ayers Houses, and Capitol Conservatory; Conservation Consultation for Replacement of Senate and House Chamber Draperies; Numerous graffiti removal projects; Consultation for Archives Building Window Replacement; Consultation for the Old Capitol Building Exterior Repairs; Consultation for the Legislative Building and Temple of Justice Water Infiltration Repairs; Conservation Consultation for John L .O’Brien Building Shell & Core Rehabilitation.