Designed as a 10-year, six-phase project, the restoration of the Kansas State Capitol building allowed for staggered completion dates of the interior restoration of the East, West, North and South wings. Much on the interior space was restored to its earlier grandeur and included the restoration of the Governor's office to it circa 1900 design.
Originally constructed in 1905, the Minnesota State Capitol is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A comprehensive restoration of both the interior and exterior addressed the needs of restoration, life safety, accessibility, asset preservation, and long-term functionality.
From capitols and courthouses to museums and monuments, JE Dunn's restoration projects have changed the landscape of communities in every corner of the country.