Historic Structures

Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc. is proud to have restored many great historical landmarks, both large and small. Our staff has assessed and restored building structures dating back to 1850. From Franklin Field Stadium (1922) to Princeton’s Nassau Hall (1885), and Carnegie Lake Dam (1906), we pride ourselves on restoring this country’s building fabric. We have also designed a working replica of an 1880 pedestrian swing bridge over the Delaware & Raritan Canal. We have extensive experience presenting to City Historical Commissions.

Case Studies

Performing Arts Center

Performing Arts Center

Temple University
Temple University retained Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc. to perform a facade investigation, develop repair documents, and oversee construction for The... read more
The White Building

The White Building

Hospital of the University of Penn.
The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania retained Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc. to perform a facade investigation, develop repair documents, and... read more
St. Thomas of Villanova Monastery

St. Thomas of Villanova Monastery

Villanova University
Villanova Unniversity retained Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc. to perform a building façade investigation. The investigation revealed deterioration of the... read more
Fisher Fine Arts Library

Fisher Fine Arts Library

University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania retained Joseph B. Callaghan, Inc. to perform repairs to the masonry facade. Our role was to perform design and... read more
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