The Henry W. Oliver Building is a 25-story, 106 m (348 ft) skyscraper at 535 Smithfield Street, across from Mellon Square in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The building was designed by Daniel Burnham and built 1908-10, consisting of a stone and terra cotta facade over a steel frame.
We were part of the renovation process of the Oliver Building when they moved their existing tenants to make room for the hotel. Our part was to provide privacy in the bathrooms. There were also pipes, walls, equipment such as refrigerators, and the bottom of the pool that were installed in the building for the hotel that did not need to be seen through the existing windows. We also installed decorative film for some of the tenants.