At the hands of union plasterers, highly artful and intricate molding work within the Oregon Supreme Court building is being rebuilt as part of a wider renovation project.
The Supreme Court building, located a block from the Capitol in Salem, is more than two years into a major interior renovation aimed at maintaining the historic structure and improving safety and efficiency for the future.
Workers represented by Plasterers Local 82 have been busy preserving the historic character of the 108-year-old building. The building contains a great deal of plaster ornamentation, and workers at union plaster specialist Harver Co. are installing molding that’s virtually identical to the original work.
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