The University of Chicago Walker Museum
Designed by Henry Ives Cobb in 1892, Walker Museum is a prominent landmark on the University of Chicago campus. Designed in the collegiate Gothic style, the limestone clad building with clay tile roof required maintenance to preserve the building.
As part of the comprehensive project, Bulley & Andrews Masonry Restoration (BAMR) perform limestone repairs, repointing and sealant installation to prevent long term water infiltrating into the wall assembly. Acting as general contractor, BAMR coordinated complete roof replacement and gutters and integration with the façade.