performs masonry related work.
Services Performed:
  • Repointing of partial facade
  • Repairing and patching of terra cotta
  • Repairing, patching, and painting of concrete
  • Painting of plaster and non-masonry facade
  • Painting (Faux) as needed
  • Plaster Stucco application to panthouse and 1st floor facade
Building Address: 712 Olive Street
City: Los Angeles
Date Serviced: Aug-16
Products Used:
  • Perm-A-Barrier Weather Barrier System
  • Sikaflex 1A
  • La Habra Stucco Perma Finish
  • Dunn Edwards Acrylic Paint

Built in 1917 as a Villa de Paris department store, 712 Olive has most recently been known as the L.A. Jewelry Mart.  Located catacorner to the NoMad hotel at 7th and Olive Streets, the six-story building features approximately 160,000 square feet of rentable office space.  The 101-year-old structure, visible due to its red brick exterior, may also offer ground-floor commercial uses.

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