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The Boca Raton Resort & Club        Boca Raton, Florida

The Boca Raton Resort & Club is one of the most famous resorts in the world. Designed and built in 1926 by Addison Mizner, one of Florida's leading architects and developers of the 1920's. It is situated on 356 ocean front acres and features a championship golf course and fabulous landscaping with antique fountains and elaborate gardens. Keystone Restoration was retained as general contractor for the restoration of marble columns, stone statues, and copper statuary. Our work included replicating over 750 antique tiles and 6,000 historic ceramic and mosaic tiles that were brought back to their original color and luster. Award Winner

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The Charles Deering Estate             Miami, Florida

Built in 1922 by industrialist Charles Deering as a secluded oasis of pristine nature. This incredible resource is the site of some of South Florida's earliest prehistoric Indian settlements. The 358 acre estate is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is comprised of the Richmond Inn, a two story, vernacular frame hotel, circa 1895, and the Deering Mansion, designed by architect Phineas Paist in 1922. Keystone Restoration was commissioned by Dade County as general contractor for the building's complete interior and exterior restoration.

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Old Post Office, U.S. Courts And    Custom House, Key West, Florida

Considered the most significant Romanesque Revival structure in the State of Florida, this 1891, three story brick building was the site of many important historical events including the inquiry to the sinking of the USS Maine in Havana harbor. Now listed in the National Register of Historic Places the building became headquarters of the Navy's southern operations in 1932. Declared surplus, the building was abandoned for nearly twenty years when it was purchased by the State of Florida as a museum of art and history. Keystone Restoration was selected as general contractor for Phase III of the building's restoration.

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