Courthouse work’s looking up


The first order of business in the work on the Clinton County Courthouse exterior, recently begun, is preparing for the limestone restoration, said Perfection Group Superintendent Jerry West. That restoration process includes pressure washing, lightly grinding the limestone, and then finishing by water sealing to protect the stone. Following the stone work, all new windows will be installed, said West, a 22-year Perfection employee who lives in Clinton County. As a resident, the courthouse project evokes for him “a lot of pride,” he said.


Gary Huffenberger | Wilmington News Journal

Pat Haley | Courtesy photo

The first order of business in the work on the Clinton County Courthouse exterior, recently begun, is preparing for the limestone restoration, said Perfection Group Superintendent Jerry West. That restoration process includes pressure washing, lightly grinding the limestone, and then finishing by water sealing to protect the stone. Following the stone work, all new windows will be installed, said West, a 22-year Perfection employee who lives in Clinton County. As a resident, the courthouse project evokes for him “a lot of pride,” he said.

The first order of business in the work on the Clinton County Courthouse exterior, recently begun, is preparing for the limestone restoration, said Perfection Group Superintendent Jerry West. That restoration process includes pressure washing, lightly grinding the limestone, and then finishing by water sealing to protect the stone. Following the stone work, all new windows will be installed, said West, a 22-year Perfection employee who lives in Clinton County. As a resident, the courthouse project evokes for him “a lot of pride,” he said.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_for_nathan2.jpgThe first order of business in the work on the Clinton County Courthouse exterior, recently begun, is preparing for the limestone restoration, said Perfection Group Superintendent Jerry West. That restoration process includes pressure washing, lightly grinding the limestone, and then finishing by water sealing to protect the stone. Following the stone work, all new windows will be installed, said West, a 22-year Perfection employee who lives in Clinton County. As a resident, the courthouse project evokes for him “a lot of pride,” he said.

Gary Huffenberger | Wilmington News Journal

Pat Haley | Courtesy photo

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