The Union League Building was completed in 1865 as a home for the Union League of Philadelphia. Today the building stands in the heart of the cultural section of the city as one of the finest examples of French Empire architecture in the eastern United States. MPG’s award winning project included: replacing existing brownstone steps with new cast stone steps to match original, restoration, rebuilding and cleaning brick, replacing and matching existing balustrade and railing with new brownstone, reset and replace granite steps, selective granite facade replacement, masonry coatings and staining, removing and resetting pavers and joint sealant masonry.
Project Awards Include:
- 2007 Preservation Achievement Award, Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia
- 2007 Preservation Award, Victorian Society of America
- 2007 Center City Residents Association Historic Preservation Award
- 2006 GBCA Construction Excellence Award