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GOVERNMENT & HISTORICAL

When it comes to government construction, hiring a professional, experienced, and reliable commercial construction company is critical.

 

Many government buildings have rich histories, and although creating access for modern amenities and safety is a must, preserving the integrity of the building can be a delicate and challenging task.

ACM is a licensed Idaho Public Works Contractor and an SDVOSB (Service- Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business) and has experience with the ins and outs of historical renovations and new builds. 

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IDAHO STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

Perhaps the most notable project among our government construction services is and was our involvement with the renovation and improvements at the Idaho State Capitol Building--past and present.

 

We managed scheduling and quality-control during its historic three-year renovation, then returned a decade later to help replace antique glass in upper-level windows. This project was performed while the Capitol was in operation, and we took extreme care to protect the marble and scaglia throughout the main rotunda. 

ACM has since had further opportunity to work on the Capitol Building: we assisted with the replacement of the historical chicken-wire glass, and are effecting the tenant improvement of the Legislative Services Office.

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HISTORICAL PROJECTS

Having worked on noteworthy projects like the Idaho State Capitol Building and St. John's Cathedral in downtown Boise, and Scotty's Castle in Death Valley, ACM is no stranger to assessing the special considerations required to preserve historic buildings while applying modern building techniques to their projects for repair, renovation, and even additions.

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ADA COUNTY SHERRIF'S OFFICE

BOISE AIRPORT

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

IDAHO NATIONAL GUARD

IDAHO STATE CAPITOL

SCOTTY'S CASTLE, DEATH VALLEYSW

IDAHO TREATMENT CENTER

ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL

ACM GOVERNMENT & HISTORICAL PROJECTS

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