Hoover Dam Exhibit Hall
(Boulder City, Nevada)

The historic Hoover Dam was built in 1936, and was designed to control flooding and provide water for the southwest regions of the United States. The Hoover Dam Exhibit Hall is located at the top of the Hoover Dam and offers a magnificent view of the engineering marvel below. The Exhibit Hall has a concrete façade, while the inside is filled with historic fabric. Spectra Company’s restoration, in 2008, included complete restoration of the exterior and interior of the building.


  • Interior and Exterior Restoration
  • Waterproofing
  • Concrete Repair
  • Plumbing
  • Asbestos Remediation
  • Cleaning and Sealing
  • Replication of Historic Clock
  • Travertine Panels
  • Plaster Restoration
  • Terrazzo Repair
  • Structural Glass
  • Hardware Replication/Restoration
  • Wood Doors
  • Sealants and Caulking
  • Aluminum Cleaning and Restoration
  • Brass Door Cleaning and Restoration
  • Replication of Wooden Doors
  • Stain and Varnish
  • Grouts and Mortars
  • Decorative Painting
  • Spall and Crack Repair
  • Granite Restoration
  • Theater Seating Restoration

Design Team

Owner: Bureau of Reclamation
General Contractor: Spectra Company

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