Marble Tec Systems has been hard at work on the Historic Restoration of Colorado National Bank Building on 17th and Champa in Denver. It is being converted into a 230 room luxury hotel, branded as a Marriott Renaissance Hotel, to be open in the Spring of 2014.
Our colleagues at Denver Marble installed historic marble cladding on walls and stairwell in the main public areas. They also installed the granite wainscot for new entrance into restaurant and the travertine cladding in the vestibule to the the restaurant.
The Marble floor in the 8,000 square foot grand lobby had suffered from 100 years of wear and tear including damage sustained during the extensive renovation process. In addition to bringing the floor back to life, Marble Tec replaced the "Tennessee Gray" marble with the with 100's of square feet of marble planking sourced from the original quarry. We were also able to give some TLC to the travertine on main vertical services by fixing chips in the stone.
The photos show the restoration in process. We look forward to posting the "after" photos of this beautiful space, once completed!