11/15/2019 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/15/2019 11:22
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The Greek-inspired 8,400-square-foot building was built in 1912 with funds donated by American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Nick Heyden, a historical preservation cleaning expert for Kärcher, will travel to Cleveland from Germany specifically to oversee the project, Cleanzine reports.
'Kärcher has been actively involved in supporting the preservation of historical monuments and buildings, free of charge, for over 30 years with our Cultural Sponsoring program,' said Kris Cannon-Schmitt, vice president for Kärcher.
'The Lorain Branch is a remarkable Carnegie building,' said Felton Thomas Jr., director and CEO of the Cleveland Public Library. 'It is rich in history and it's wonderful to have the opportunity to see its facade renewed.'
Founded in 1935, Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KG is a Winnenden, Germany-based manufacturer of cleaning systems and equipment. For more information, visit www.karcher.com.