KC Restoration is excited to share our work on the Iowa Judicial Branch Building in Des Moines. Our technicians worked long hours and did an amazing job transforming the building’s bronze finishes which had dulled over time. We brought back the warmth and vibrancy to these beautiful bronze focal points of an amazing building we were honored to work on.
Here are some more details about the wonderful building KC Restoration got to work on: The classically derived five-story judicial building holds the Iowa Supreme Court, the Iowa Appellate Court, and other state judicial offices which earlier were spread across five separate sites around Iowa’s capital. It features a 100-foot tall rotunda capped by a copper dome and was designed with a hierarchical concept mirroring the levels of the state court system reaching their pinnacle at the Iowa Supreme Court which is located on the top floor. To learn more about the building’s architecture, click on the following link to DLR Group’s description of their award-winning design: http://www.dlrgroup.com/work/iowa-judicial-branch-building/.