Repair leaks within the Neptune Pool at Hearst San Simeon State Historic Monument. The pool will be drained and pool marble tiles will be removed to expose cracking. Cracks will be sealed with an epoxy type sealant matching the white Vermont marble and colored to match cracks in the green marble inserts. If any pieces are missing, they will be replaced with material on hand, which was left over from when the pool was originally constructed. The marble tiles will be reattached using a matching epoxy sealant. The bases of statues located within the Neptune Pool will be repainted with a pool-formulated paint and will match the original color. Project supports continued use and maintenance and protects cultural resources.
The project involves the maintenance and restoration of historical resources in a manner consistent with the Secretary of Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties with Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, Restoring, and Reconstructing Historic Buildings (Weeks & Grimmer 1995).
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