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James Donaghy started CSCI almost 40 years, CSCI has enjoyed a perfect safety record for high-rise building access. High-rise building access plays an essential role for doing commercial building restoration and maintenance on very large projects. We have years of restoration experience on legacy & historical projects. Besides our successes here in the US, we have worked in Bermuda for many years which is a unique aspect to any service company. CSCI is now partnering with many brands to bring environmentally safe solutions for existing building component longevity and sustainability. We have done exterior restoration cleaning and interiors for literally hundreds of buildings over the years. Many of these buildings are of historic nature or national treasures. We can determine the best method for doing restoration cleaning for a variety of building materials or architectural components and the different stains or discolorations due to atmospheric contamination, biological contamination or other means. We have key "go to" products and services that will suit these variety of needs. Between our abilities in building access methods and our ability to address any type of restoration cleaning needs, we have you covered.
In addition to the aforementioned, CSCI has worked on a variety of buildings for restoration cleaning and for a variety of customers over the years. Having a safe working background and experience level that we have, has allowed us to work for some of the best organizations in America. We are Scaffold Training Institute Trainers for all types of building access. We are proud of that fact and always bring forth the latest technologies and services to our customers to keep them looking good and our employees working safe.
Cleaning of the US Capitol dome exterior. This is performed at least once annually since the commencement of our contract in 2000. We supply scaffold and other material for access and cleaning.
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History rotunda limestone, granite & marble.