Founded in 1891 by an English stone mason, Bulley & Andrews' company roots are in masonry work.
- Inspection and analysis
- Masonry restoration
- Façade restoration
- Cleaning and sealing
Inspection and Analysis
City of Chicago building code requires all masonry buildings of seven floors or more to undergo inspection once every four years. To help building owners and managers along with architects and engineers in achieving this requirement, Bulley & Andrews' provides a team of licensed professionals to assist with inspections and help develop detailed analysis and documentation of their findings. As a turnkey service provider, Bulley & Andrews can complete the work specified and establish a schedule for continued maintenance.
Depending on the property and weather conditions, inspections can be scheduled within one week and completed in as little as one day.
Restoration and Maintenance
Climate, building materials and regular scheduled maintenance play critical roles in the lifespan of any masonry building. To sustain structural and aesthetic integrity, buildings must be properly maintained and restored. Bulley & Andrews' masonry restoration division includes project managers, superintendents and field forces specially trained to complete this type of work. Our award-winning expertise, quality workmanship and attention to detail guarantee our clients' projects receive the highest standard of service and meet or exceed requirements.
Bulley & Andrews' team can handle the most intricate historical preservation and restoration projects. Our knowledge of historically significant structures and their needs ensures that our projects receive the meticulous care necessary to comply with all landmark preservation rules and regulations.
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