Bob Hope Patriotic Hall
(Los Angeles, CA)

The 10 story Patriotic Hall, located in Downtown Los Angeles, opened its doors to the public in 1926. The building was constructed in support of the Grand Army of Republic, and served veterans of the Indian Wars, Spanish American War and World War I. In 2004, it was rededicated in honor of Bob Hope, and given the name, Bob Hope Patriotic Hall. The Bob Hope Patriotic Hall houses numerous military memorabilia artifacts, and important documents dating back to the American Revolution, and continuing to the current Middle East Conflict. Although currently closed to the public, the Bob Hope Patriotic Hall will reopen in mid 2012 and will be occupied by at least seven veteran organizations.


  • Decorative Painting and Murals
  • Exterior Fa├žade Cleaning
  • Masonry
  • Cast Stone Terrazzo Column Restoration
  • Granite / Marble
  • Concrete/Stucco
  • Flagpole Restoration
  • Glass Block – Lightwell Restoration
  • Interior Stone Restoration
  • Architectural Woodwork
  • Steel Window Restoration
  • Hardware Restoration
  • Doors/Windows
  • Ornamental Plaster
  • Historic Grill Cover Replication
  • Clay Tile Roof
  • Historic Chandelier/Lighting
  • Copper Rain Gutter Restoration
  • Historic Artifact Cataloging
  • Selective Demolition

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