Ever wondered why it takes so long and seems to cost so much to restore an historic building? Well, Conner Tindal can give you a few answers. Tindal has been working, going on three years, to repair masonry and plaster at the Cultural Arts Center.
Although there’s plenty to be done, his primary focus is repairing structural cracks and sealing cracks that could work their way through to the outside, wasting energy to heat and cool, and allowing entry to unwanted visitors like bats and insects. In the process, his work is also improving the look of the building.