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Fayette Theatre to Langley Realty

26th January

 

A historic building in Washington Court House, Ohio has once again opened its doors to another local business.  Known for its large marquee and terracotta roof, this South Fayette Street building is now home to one of the most prominent realty and auctioneers in the area.

On the same day Charles Lindbergh flew the Spirit of St. Louis for the last time, the Fayette Theatre saw its first opening night on Monday, April 30th, 1928.  With performances from local and traveling entertainers, the first “talkie” picture show graced the South Fayette Street silver screen on Sunday, June 16th, 1929.

Over the years, the Fayette Theatre would become a part of the Chakeres Theater enterprise, helping the oldest independent motion picture exhibitor in Ohio and Kentucky grow into the franchise it has become today.

Eventually, the stage shows would move to … Read More »



Georgian Heights Elementary School

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6th December

Georgian Heights Elementary School located 784 Georgian Drive, Columbus, Ohio was one of our recent projects that featured stained concrete and polished concrete with multiple colors. The public school featured areas including: entrances, hallways, stairs, lunch rooms, common areas, bathrooms and classrooms. Georgian Heights Elementary is one of Columbus Public Schools new state of the art Green building.

We had the pleasure to work with general contractor Robertson Construction and architect M&A.

 



Olde Orchard Elementary School- Reynoldsburg Ohio

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30th November

Concrete Polishing and Staining School Buildings

Olde Orchard Elementary School located 800 McNaughten Road in Columbus, Ohio was one of our recent projects that featured a large aggregate exposure, polished concrete and stained concrete. The project had over 10,000 sq. ft. of entrances, hallways, stairs, common areas, and meeting rooms. The finished project included green, blue, and orange staining with naturally polished aggregate stone.

The polished concrete floors helped contribute to a LEED points and obtaining LEED certification. We had the privilege to work with General Contractor Thomas and Marker Construction and Project design team with Braun & Steidl Architects.

 

 

 





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