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Warder Library

Springfield, OH


This 1890 iconic landmark in Dowtown Springfield was designed by Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge the successor firm of H.H. Richardson, architect, Boston. Extreme care is required to preserve this important building. Over the years clay roof tiles cracked and exposed the sheathing to the elements. Copper standing seam roof and vally flashing pitted and also allowed water into the ceiling and down inside the stone and plaster walls. McCall Sharp Architecture was tasked with making the building watertight and restoring the slate and
copper roofs.

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