Reflector removal process approved

In late May, the conservation team from Architectural Resources Group (ARG) met on-site with the construction team from Burton Construction (of Spokane). Now that field conditions are known, they finalized the process for reflector removal, concrete cleaning, and reflector installation. This phase sets the stage for ensuring that the project is done in accordance with the artist’s vision, restoration best practices, and with durability in mind.

This post is part of a series of updates on the Circle of Light restoration. We’re following the restoration of Richard C. “Dick” Elliott’s Circle of Light (1992) in Yakima, which had fallen into disrepair in the decades since its installation.

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