Altus Metal, Marble & Wood has expanded its wood restoration division and is now performing comprehensive metal, marble and wood services for complex commercial, residential and landmark properties.
Altus president and owner Lina Gottesman, who founded the company over 23 years ago, said the company is able to provide full services for all projects involving the restoration of woodwork as well as metal, marble and all natural stone including granite, limestone and terrazzo.
“Offering a complete line of services has made Altus far more cost effective for our clients and adds significant value to our work,” added Gottesman.
Buildings with ornamental metal entrances and stone floors will often need work on high-quality woods such as mahogany and walnut used in vestibules, elevator interiors, and vintage furnishings such as desks, credenzas, and chairs.
Altus has performed restorations for such clients as Grand Central Terminal, The Port Authority Bus Terminal, Columbia University, The Seventh Regiment Armory, the Empire State Buildingas well as numerous commercial buildings and hotels, including the Marriott Hotels and Ritz Carlton Hotels.