Steps at City College

Monday, October 31st, 2011

P. Flanigan & Sons removed and replaced steps at the main entrance of Baltimore City College in October 2011. As a registered “Baltimore Historic Site,” the Baltimore City Historical Society and Baltimore City College administrators requested the use of “integrally colored concrete” in an attempt to closely match the tan color of the original concrete steps.  This process consists of adding pigments in the form of powder as an admixture in the concrete to produce the desired color.

Crews completely removed and rebuilt the structure to complete this much needed improvement to the safety of the steps.

BEFORE removing and replacing the structure

DURING the reconstruction of steps at the main entrance

AFTER the reconstruction was completed

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