ESI Electrical is performing electrical upgrades at the historic Cincinnati Union Terminal, updating thousands of feet of conduit and upgrading hundreds of lighting fixtures, including lighting in the 106-foot-high dome ceiling and the 30-foot clock on the face of the building.
This $212 million renovation also includes repairing and cleaning exterior walls, restoring windows, replacing the roof and upgrading electrical and plumbing systems. The 500,000+-square-foot building was constructed from 1929 to 1933 at the start of the Great Depression. Today, the national historic landmark is home to a museum, library and theater, while still serving as an Amtrak station.
- Project Name: Cincinnati Union Terminal
- Category: Historical
- Location: Cincinnati, OH
- Owner: Cincinnati Museum Center