McCarthey-Walker Mansion

Historic Renovation
PROJECT DETAILS:Salt Lake City, UT  Architect: Max Smith

Built in 1900 on Salt Lake's historic South Temple street, this building was first and foremost a luxurious residence. Through the years it was altered and converted to office space. It took a thorough restoration project spanning over three years to bring the mansion back to its former glory. The centerpiece of the building is the grand entryway with its vaulted ceiling inlaid with stained glass artwork. The stained glass is completely original and was pain-stakingly restored. The project required adding structural upgrades and improvements while preserving the historic look and quality. The endeavor demanded the highest levels of coordination between the contractor, architect, engineer, consultants, and owner.