Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, Plains, Georgia

The centerpiece of the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is the old Plains High School, built in 1921.  The school closed in 1979 and reopened in 1996 as the museum and visitor center for the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, which encompasses the historic downtown, the train depot and the Carter farm.  The Neoclassical style school is the most imposing structure in the small town.

 

The original windows in the school were replaced with Marvin aluminum clad windows during the renovation in the 1990s.  The problem with most clad windows is that eventually the glue which holds the cladding to the wood fails, allowing wind-blown rain to soak the interior grade wood, which then rots.  We replicated the 20 large windows in the auditorium in time for a President’s Day event featuring Jimmy and Rosalind Carter.

20181220_192034224_iOS.jpg
20181220_191928835_iOS.jpg
20181220_181125824_iOS.jpg
20181220_180628038_iOS.jpg
20181220_181113530_iOS.jpg
20181220_180605285_iOS.jpg
20181220_180539088_iOS.jpg
20181220_180514766_iOS.jpg
20181220_180439434_iOS.jpg
20181220_180358692_iOS.jpg
20181220_180416340_iOS.jpg
20181220_180341669_iOS.jpg
20181220_180331352_iOS.jpg
20181220_180239374_iOS.jpg
20181220_180252152_iOS.jpg
20181220_180224562_iOS.jpg
20181220_180135987_iOS.jpg
20181220_180216588_iOS.jpg
20181220_180144761_iOS.jpg
20181220_191946683_iOS.jpg
  • Black Instagram Icon
  • Black YouTube Icon
  • Black LinkedIn Icon
  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black Twitter Icon

SPECIALIZED is a full-service Commercial Construction, Painting and Restoration General Contractor.

CGC:  1526081