Main Capitol Building Maintenance of Finishes and Fixtures

The Committee has a continuing preservation maintenance program that is an ongoing, long-term campaign of restoration meant to fix minor building damages before they get out-of-hand. In addition to the semi-annual preservation cleaning of the public corridor surfaces, the Capitol preservation Committee conducts a review and documents necessary repairs. Staying on top of repairs throughout the building, whether big or small, provides a stopgap measure that, barring any unforeseen emergencies, will keep the building in good condition While preservation cleaning is not as glamorous as some of the larger projects the Committee has undertaken, it is equally if not more important, because continued maintenance is the greatest form of historic preservation, preserving the initial restoration investment and keeping costly repairs at a minimum.