With a staff of restoration specialist certified in historic masonry restoration and preservation. We are committed to providing the very best service in handling our countries historic masonry structures with the upmost respect and gentle care while bringing history back.
Luke M. Powers High School
This was a unique project that involved masonry restoration and renovations to the former 68,000 SF Michigan School for the Deaf building along with a new 90,000 SF addition to create the new Luke M. Powers Catholic High School.
The Ferris Wheel in Flint, MI was built in 1926, the building had been home to retail stores, including Ferris Brothers Furs, from which it retains its name. The building fell into disrepair when, in 2013, it was brought back to life and purchased by Skypoint Ventures. According to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation this business incubator drew on “diverse funding sources while consolidating efforts to build Flint’s entrepreneurial community, (The) Ferris Wheel Innovation Hub/100K Ideas has been named as one of the top six most impactful economic development projects in the country”. Davenport Masonry & Restoration was proud to have partnered with Siwek Construction to bring this piece of Flint’s history back to life.