Floor Restoration Project – Museum of Russian Art – Minneapolis, MN
The Museum of Russian Art in South Minneapolis is one of the projects we are most proud of from recent years. The 1930’s Spanish Colonial was formerly a church. In 2002 Raymond Johnson reopened the building to showcase his collection of Russian Realist painting. His collection is the largest known private collection.
This restoration project included the old wooden stairs and some of the flooring throughout the building. We worked under a very tight timeline to get the project completed between exhibits. We stain matched the existing wood work and floors and nailed the color perfectly. We have since done the floors of the Museums director and the directors son, who recently purchased his first home. If you have never been to the museum, we suggest checking it out. Whether you an art enthusiast or not, we think you will enjoy your time spent there. The Twin Cities is lucky to have such a great collection of Russian Art.
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Check out our renovation of the DNR building.