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Lighting Up The Hudson – History Restored At West Point

The Pershing Barracks, designed by Richard Morris Hunt and built in 1895, is named after General of the Armies John J. Pershing and houses cadets from the Third Regiment and Cadet Regimental Staff.

Selected by Ducci Electrical Contractor, Grand Light restored the large historic exterior lanterns located along the Pershing Barracks facade.

These beautiful lanterns were restored using a plethora of restoration techniques including surface preparation, application of Tiger Drylac Zinc rich epoxy primer, and an application of Sherwin Williams Powdura exterior architectural semi gloss black powder finish.

For more information regarding the restoration of the historic lighting fixtures from the West Point Pershing Barracks project, you may review the Lighting Restoration Project Webpage.

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