Friends University Davis Hall Restoration
Recently, South's Finest played an important part in the Restoration of the 124-year-old Davis Hall Administration Building at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas.
The Davis Administration Building was heavily damaged in a July 2009 hailstorm that hammered the Friends campus and surrounding neighborhoods. Hailstones, some the size of baseballs, heavily damaged the building's slate roof and many of it's architectural components.
South's Finest provided over 700 pieces of fiberglass, including 4 Radius Cornices, 2 Straight Cornice, the turret finials, and the front peak finials.
Click the image on the right to view the slideshow showing the restoration and fiberglass production of the 24' Grand Spire which adorns the top peak of the Clock Tower.
Partner - Buckley Roofing
Buckley Roofing in Wichita, Kansas is a respected major roofing company in business since 1883. Buckley Roofing has won the coveted NRCA "Gold Circle Award" for outstanding workmanship on this magnificent reconstruction of Friends University, Davis Hall, one of the most unique and loved historical landmarks in the country. They certainly deserve it.