Building Restoration Corporation Wins MCMCA Excellence Award for Mayo Plummer Building

The Building Restoration Corporation restoration of the Mayo Clinic Plummer Building has won the 2020 MCMCA Excellence Award. The Minnesota Concrete & Masonry Contractors Association awarded this project the excellence award in the Masonry Healthcare category.

See all the winners at the MCMCA website.

Opened in 1928, the Plummer Building is a 15-story iconic building in the heart of the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester, MN and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. This $1.9 million dollar restoration project completed by the BRC Rochester crew included tuckpointing, chemical cleaning, individual brick replacement, joint resealing, thru-wall flashing, stone patching, replacing artifacts, and installing a control joint. The intricate terra-cotta masonry work and unique working conditions made this an exceptional project.