Oxon Hill, Maryland
Oxon Hill Manor is a 49-room, Georgian-style structure on the National Registry of Historic Places. The house, built in 1928, has changed very little since its original design. Blackburn’s initial scope of work included an extensive building survey to determine the necessary repairs or upgrades to the exterior facade, historic wood windows, mechanical-electrical-plumbing systems, and building code deficiencies. However, the project was suddenly expanded following a catastrophic fire in 2004 that caused tremendous damage to the building. Extensive repairs and renovations were required, including interior restoration of all rooms in the house. All work was performed in compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Preservation.