Historical Preservation
Restoring the past

The past is the foundation upon which our present is built.
It’s important and it needs to be preserved as a reminder, not only of where we started, but to show us how far we’ve come – and how the advancements of the past have led to the comforts we enjoy today.

The preservation of historic structures makes it possible to share the spaces and the environments in which the generations before us lived. This historical preservation is the tangible conservation of cultural identity.

In today’s world, remodeling or repairing a piece of history can be stressful, for all parties involved. At Martini, our respect for the past motivates us to maintain the integrity of the structures we restore.

One historic home we recently worked on had more than 40 years of cheap repairs and deterioration to contend with.

We sat down with homeowners, descendants of the original owners, and laid out a step-by-step plan of how the job would done and the time it would take. This put the homeowners at ease, which made this important project less stressful for us.

“He treated our adobe home, which had been in my wife’s family since the 1880’s, like it was his home. He acted like he was as vested as we were.”

Martini Construction is one of the few companies that has the skills – and the tools – necessary to help preserve our historical buildings.

With our expertise, we are able to take new materials, fix or restore the structure, and make it look like we were never there; make it look like the work we did was actually done as part of the original construction. Truth be told, it’s an honor for us to be able to share our expertise – to ply our trade – to help preserve the history of our area.

Martini Construction is one of the few companies that has the skills – and the tools – necessary to help preserve our historical buildings.

With our expertise, we are able to take new materials, fix or restore the structure, and make it look like we were never there; make it look like the work we did was actually done as part of the original construction. Truth be told, it’s an honor for us to be able to share our expertise – to ply our trade – to help preserve the history of our area.