The FP team partnered with the State of Colorado in helping to restore the Governor’s Residence. Originally built as a private residence in 1908, the mansion has been used by Governors since 1960. With its rich history and prime location in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, all eyes were on this project. The scope of work included replacing the roof and exterior facades, recreating architectural pieces lost over time, replacing and restoring windows, removing lead based paint and any detected ACM, completing brick and stone repairs, structural roof repairs, correcting the drainage system for the roof’s internal gutters and downspouts and repairing/replacing wood architectural elements and painting. This project was completed in two phases to best work around the Governor and executive staff’s schedule.