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Restoration and Renovation Projects

  • Morningside Commons Remodel/Renovation

    Location: Fullerton, CA

    Owner: Core Care III, a California Limited Partnership

    Architect: KTGY Group, Inc.

    Projected Date of Completion: September 2014

    Scope of work: A continuing life retirement community. Major renovation of assisted living dinning room. To include new wall and ceiling treatments, floor coverings and cabinetry. Complete stairwell renovation with glass handrails.

  • Cathedral of the Madeleine

    Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

    Client: Catholic Diocese of Utah

    Architect:  Blyer, Blinder & Bell

    Square Footage:  22,000

    The restoration of this 1910 Catholic Cathedral included seismic upgrades; replacement of steam heat with forced air heat and air conditioning; conversion from traditional layout to Vatican II liturgical design; restored artwork, millwork, carvings and addition of new pieces to blend with existing.  The Cathedral also includes new lighting, sound system and pipe organ.

  • Governor’s Mansion

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Client: DFCM-State of Utah

    Architect: Max J. Smith & Assoc.

    Square Footage: 14,000 S.F.

    The Culp Construction team brought in only the finest and most experienced craftsmen to restore this fire-damaged historical landmark.  Culp Construction also included seismic improvements to the damaged structure and mechanical system upgrades.

  • St. Mark’s Cathedral

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Owner:  Episcopal Diocese of Utah

    Architect: Eldridge & Nicholson Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: 17,000 sf

    Completed: 2008

    This project consisted of 17,000 sf addition to the existing cathedral originally built in 1868. The new structure is composed of wood framing and a brick veneer which includes a large parish hall, serving kitchen, administrative offices, and class rooms. The finishes include decorative glass, oak trim, exposed wood trusses, and stained concrete floors.

  • Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Owner:  Greek Orthodox Church of Salt Lake City

    Architect: Flores, Sahayan & Derby

    Approx. Square Footage: N/A

    Completed: 2005

    Full interior and exterior restoration of the existing cathedral, including seismic and mechanical upgrades, cleaning of Icons and stained glass windows, upgrades of interior finishes, cleaning and re-pointing exterior stone and brick, and replacing copper roofing.


  • Enola Gay Hangar

    Location: Wendover, UT

    Owner:  Tooele County

    Architect: CRSA Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: N/A

    Completed: 2010

    Culp completed the first phase of a multi-phased restoration of the existing hangar and and living quarters where the Enola Gay bomber was housed prior to it’s mission to drop the bomb. The restoration included upgrading the structural framing, replacing all of the exterior windows and finishes, and refurbishing some of the large hangar doors on the interior of the building. Future phases will turn the hangar into a Museum.

  • Bott Residence

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Owner:  Bott Properties

    Architect: MJSA Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: 10,000 sf

    Completed: 2006

    This 10,000 square foot home was completely refurbished and upgraded to include state of the art audio, video, and lighting controls throughout. The interior finishes include exposed rough sawn beams, custom SouthWest doors with matching millwork, and floors of antique oak and black slate.

  • St. Paul’s Church

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Owner:  Episcopal Diocese of Utah

    Architect: Eldridge & Nicholson Architects

    Approx. Square Footage: 13,755 sf

    Completed: 2002

    The rectory building and worship space were built originally in 1917, using the highest quality of materials and workmanship available at the time.  Therefore, it was necessary to apply to the same degree of quality materials and workmanship to the restoration of this historic church.  The masonry, millwork and plaster restoration requirements that Culp and the subcontractors used ensure that this building will continue to provide a secure worship space for years to come.

  • Fort Douglas Military Museum

    Location: Salt Lake City, UT

    Owner:  State of Utah

    Architect: CRSA

    Approx. Square Footage: N/A

    Completed: 2007

    This was the first phase of a multi-phase restoration of an existing building into a military museum. The work consisted mainly of a seismic upgrade of the basement foundation walls and cleaning and re-pointing of the exterior stone.


  • Daughters of Utah Pioneers

    Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

    Owner:  State of Utah

    Square Footage:  N/A

    Architect: MJSA

    The Daughter’s of Utah Pioneers project was an exterior restoration of the precast stone facade, balustrade, and stone steps, with site work upgrades and a handicap ramp, and replacement of the existing membrane roofing and large glass skylight.